Tag Archives: Christopher Hitchens

Atheists Leap Faithfully You Say?

I read an article in London Free Press’s online “Comment” section that I found upsetting. Not exceedingly so, but enough to prompt me to be here, pecking away at my MacBook. The author of this work is a man named Tom Harpur, who appears to have a website and some other writing to his credit. […]

Christopher Hitchens

I am not fit to write an obituary or an epitaph for anyone, particularly someone as influential and widely known and admired (or disliked) as Christopher Hitchens. So I will write only a few words about what he meant to me, and will continue to mean as he has left behind a remarkable legacy—a body […]

The Portable Atheist: A Book Review

I don’t think I’ve written a book review since high school, or perhaps an early college English class. But after finishing the Portable Atheist by Christopher Hitchens, I feel compelled to comment on it. The book is an anthology of epic proportions, covering hundreds of years of essays, articles, and excerpts from brilliant minds from […]