Author Christopher Hitchens discusses his book "God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything" as a part of the Authors@Google series. The author of Why ...

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Comment by luvtheheaven on February 17, 2010 at 6:10pm
That introducer was having difficulty getting her words out... lol. I'm reading this book now... I'm almost done it actually... anyway this is really fascinating and I like his speech, thanks for sharing and posting this here.
Comment by Orlando on February 17, 2010 at 8:58pm
No problem! I'm currently reading the book also, but most of the points he makes in the video I've read in the book... actually in the video they are sometimes clearer for me. Hitchens is one of my favorite authors especially because he constantly keeps reminding the importance of George Orwell's works (which are really important). He's a hell of a debater, I could only hope to be a fraction of the debater he is, and so articulate too. I guess that's Oxford's education fault, hahaha.
Comment by luvtheheaven on February 17, 2010 at 9:49pm
I agree completely, a lot of the points in the video I've read in the book already, but he's actually clearer in the video! LOL. I guess I should look into reading some George Orwell sometime lol.

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