Here’s another compilation of Christopher Hitchens‘ best arguments and comebacks.
Josh Kruger of Philadelphia Weekly wanted to know just how awful the atheist/Humanist groups listed on the American Family Association’s Bigotry Map were, so he called up the groups’ leaders to figure out why there’s so much hate in their hearts.
He was in for a surprise.
What’s the moral of the biblical story of Job?
My understanding of it has always been that it’s about a man who — despite all the horrible things that happen to him during his life — remains completely loyal to God. For that loyalty, he is later rewarded.
Apparently, I have no idea what I’m talking about.
On Bryan Fischer‘s show recently, he explained that the story is really all about how Job didn’t do enough to defend God’s wrath (around the 6:00 mark):
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Over the past couple of years, what began as a personal blog has turned into a hub with several contributors and multiple posts per day. As always, I’d like to continue expanding the reach of this site. That entails bringing on additional contributors with different voices, including more guest posts from people who can offer interesting and different perspectives, creating more YouTube videos, and making the podcasts sound more professional.
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Last month, I mentioned that Klamath Falls, Oregon was the latest city to considering putting an “In God We Trust” display in City Hall. But unlike most other cities, there was actually resistance from elected officials: