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Christopher Hitchens

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God Is Not Good, Says Christopher Hitchens

HH Bhakti Vikasa Swami english lectures

God Is Not Good, Says Christopher Hitchens. Lecture delivered by His Holiness on philosophy, principles, and practices of Krishna consciousness based on revealed Vedic scriptures as received in parampara.

51mins

18 Sep 2021

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21. Christopher Hitchens vs. Mark Roberts, "The Great God Debate"

The Interview with Hugh Hewitt

In this special episode of The Interview, Hugh replays a classic show-long debate that he hosted in 2007 between Christopher Hitchens and Mark Roberts known as The Great God Debate.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr 43mins

12 Apr 2021

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Does God Exist? William Lane Craig vs. Christopher Hitchens REACTION / REVIEW (Free Half)

Jay's Analysis

Next up is the review of the second biggest debate on YouTube, the match up of Hitchens and William Lane Craig. Last week's Craig debate did well, and you've requested more, so this time it will be me and Fr. Dc. Dr. Ananias, an excellent debater himself, who joins me to add his wisdom and insight as a professor specializing in epistemology and religious philosophy. We will see who has the best arguments and offer a critique of WLC's approach! Be sure to support via superchats using Streamlabs below.

2hr

30 Jan 2021

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Luke 15:8-10: Hello, Christopher Hitchens

Redeemer Fellowship Media

Title: Hello, Chistopher HitchensPassage: Luke 15:8-10Main Idea: God like the woman with the coins urgently pursues what is valuable to him, and when found, leads to overwhelming joy in heaven.I. If one sinner is valuable to God, than one sinner should be valuable to His church.A. A Nest Egg: God absolutely determines what is valuable.B. A Redemptive Emergency: God resolutely pursues spiritual orphans.C. Victory Cigars: God triumphly calls a party to celebrate the effects of His grace.

47mins

8 Jan 2021

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Steve Wasserman Remembers Christopher Hitchens

The Vault

In 2012, editor and literary agent Steve Wasserman spoke about his friend Christopher Hitchens, who died in 2011. Wasserman has been the editorial director of New Republic Books, Hill & Wang, Times Books and, most recently, Heyday, an independent publisher in Berkeley.  He was also the editor of the LA Times Sunday Book Review, and an editor-at-large for Yale University Press. 

38mins

14 Nov 2020

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Martin Amis on Love, Loss and Christopher Hitchens

Intelligence Squared

Martin Amis has often been called the Mick Jagger of the British book world. As famous for his love affairs, his friendships and his complicated family history as for his dazzling prose, he has dominated the literary scene for decades. In this exclusive Intelligence Squared event he spoke about his much anticipated new autobiographical novel 'Inside Story'. It is perhaps Amis’s most intimate book to date, a meditation on love, loss, ageing and death. We encounter the vivid characters who have helped define Amis – his father Kingsley, his literary hero Saul Bellow, the poet Philip Larkin and his novelist stepmother Elizabeth Jane Howard. And of course there is his lifelong friend and conversation partner, Christopher Hitchens, whose death from cancer he chronicles in some of the tenderest prose he has ever written.In conversation with novelist Alex Preston, Amis reflected on his life and work and explored the hardest questions we all face: how to live, how to grieve, and how to die. To find out more about the book click here: https://bit.ly/3pd9ecZ Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/intelligencesquared.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

54mins

10 Nov 2020

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Latif Nasser and interconnectedness; a feast for migrant workers; Christopher Hitchens

The Sunday Magazine

Listen to this week's episode with guest-host Kevin Sylvester:Latif Nasser explores the dizzying interconnectedness of things in our world: 00:29A feast for the forgotten ones (reprise): 24:42Michael Enright in conversation with his favourite guest: Christopher Hitchens (reprise): 41:34

1hr 4mins

6 Sep 2020

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Debate Teacher Reacts to William Lane Craig vs. Christopher Hitchens

Wise Disciple

On this one and only special episode of the podcast, Nate plays for you a portion of a new series on YouTube: – Debate Teacher Reacts to William Lane Craig vs. Christopher Hitchens If you liked the episode, make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel so you don't miss a single episode: www.youtube.com/clearlens Also, if you'd like Nate to react to a specific apologetics debate, send your suggestions to hello@clearlens.org Sign up for our unique newsletter that contains material only for subscribers at (www.clearlens.org)! Twitter: @AClearLens Facebook: www.facebook.com/clearlens Email: hello@clearlens.org "Day by Day" by Citizens is used with permission. Check out their website: wearecitizens.net

29mins

2 Aug 2020

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What did Roger Scruton and Christopher Hitchens have in common?

The Critic Podcast

What did the radical essayist and polemical journalist, Christopher Hitchens, and the conservative philosopher, Sir Roger Scruton, have in common?In this podcast, Douglas Murray, the commentator and author of The Strange Death of Europe and, most recently, The Madness of Crowds: Gender, Race and Identity, talks to the political editor of The Critic, Graham Stewart, about the personal debt he owes to the two men he considers his literary mentors and the wider contribution that they made to debate and critical thinking on both sides of the Atlantic.--Right now we're offering 3 months for just £5. Go to thecritic.imbmsubscriptions.com/ for details.--Image: Douglas Murray(Photo by Roberto Ricciuti/Getty Images)Music: "Modern Jazz Samba" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensecreativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

26mins

30 Jun 2020

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What did Roger Scruton and Christopher Hitchens have in common?

The Critic Podcast

What did the radical essayist and polemical journalist, Christopher Hitchens, and the conservative philosopher, Sir Roger Scruton, have in common? In this podcast, Douglas Murray, the commentator and author of The Strange Death of Europe and, most recently, The Madness of Crowds: Gender, Race and Identity, talks to the political editor of The Critic, Graham Stewart, about the personal debt he owes to the two men he considers his literary mentors and the wider contribution that they made to debate and critical thinking on both sides of the Atlantic.--Right now we're offering 3 months for just £5. Go to thecritic.imbmsubscriptions.com/ for details.--Image: Douglas Murray(Photo by Roberto Ricciuti/Getty Images)Music: "Modern Jazz Samba" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensecreativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

26mins

30 Jun 2020

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