[asa] review of Hitchens' book by Michael Novak

From: Bill Dozier <wddozier@mac.com>
Date: Fri May 18 2007 - 03:44:30 EDT

Novak's review of God is Not Great (http://tinyurl.com/34yhmd) is
worth reading. Here's the conclusion to entice you to go read it:

> Hitchens, in sum, sets for himself moral limits that in his view
> come from reason. And the standards Hitchens sets are normally
> quite high. Except when, contrary to the American founding, he is
> venting his bile against God, who, he says, does not exist. Still,
> even for believers Hitchens is useful. One can take the rake of his
> arguments to pull out dead grass in one’s own sloppy thinking about
> God.

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Bill Dozier
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