Breaking News: FTK Admits He Is Really Christopher Hitchens

FTK (or “For The Kids“) is the name of a blogger who engages in antiscientific tirades using unchristian rhetoric allegedly for the benefit of Christ and her own children.

In a top secret memo leaked today, anonymous blogger FTK has acknowledged being none other than atheist author Chris Hitchens.

Dear Prof. McGrath,

Okay, I admit it. I’m really Christopher Hitchens. To be honest this was a joke that went too far. I didn’t think anyone would actually believe I was a Christian opposing evolution, what with my unchristian rants, lack of willingness to listen to anyone who actually knew something about the subject, and radical departure from the historic Christian faith. I can’t believe it has taken so long for the truth to be told. Apparently far fewer people understand what Christianity is about and what Christian behavior involves than even I would have guessed.


Christopher Hitchens (aka For The Kids)

P.S. Please don’t tell anyone.

Egyptian God Solves the Euthyphro Dilemma
I'm Not Saying It Was Arians...
Misunderstanding Peer Review
John the Jew (2016 Enoch Seminar Conference)
  • Ian

    What? Really? Or is this a joke?

  • James F. McGrath

    Breaking News: ClarificationApparently this is a different blogger known as FTK (in this case it stands for “For The Kooks”) and the Christopher Hitchens in question is a less famous atheist, who disbelieves in a different god than the other Christopher Hitchens, and For The Kooks promotes a different sort of creationist pseudoscience than For The Kids, and believes in a different religion called Christianity than For The Kids does. Hope that clarifies things – sorry for any confusion! Apparently the breaking news got garbled in cyberspace… :-) Further discussion here

  • Drew Tatusko

    And this would still yet be different from For The Klumps which promotes gluttony during the holidays (you’ll walk over and limp back!) :-)

  • Anonymous

    What? Really? Or is this a joke?Some people are not only clueless, but ignore the ones shoved in their faces. Even if the utter implausibility weren’t enough, “P.S. Please don’t tell anyone.” was a sure giveaway.