If you’ve walked into a large book store and looked eye level plus or minus 10 inches, you’ve noticed an atheist’s armament ranging from Dawkin’s “The God Delusion” to Christopher Hitchens' “God is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything.” It would seem that the latest self-proclaimed atheist bigwigs—Hitchens (see pic on left), Dawkins, Dennett and others—aside from coming up with bland titles, have declared a cold war in books against believers of all ilks, but particularly those of the Christian persuasion.

Strangely, this revolution in atheist thought seems rather tired, trite and overwrought with errors in fact and logic—though they would claim to have a monopoly on both. Tom Piatak takes a look at some of these errors in Hitchens' book, which has risen to prominence, in spite of it's mixture of shoddy scholarship and biased rhetoric.


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