Is Christianity Good for the World?

Is Christianity Good for the World?

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The gloves come off in this electric exchange, originally hosted by Christianity Today, as leading atheist Christopher Hitchens (author of God Is Not Great) and Christian apologist Douglas Wilson (author of Letter from a Christian Citizen) go head-to-head on this divisive question. The result is entertaining and provocative a glimpse into the ongoing debate."

Title:Is Christianity Good for the World?
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781591280538
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    Is Christianity Good for the World? Reviews

  • Rod Horncastle

    Before someone dares debate an issue like: Is Christianity Good For The World - first one must explain to Mr. Hitchens what exactly Christianity is (He still doesn't seem to know). Therefore much of t...

  • Paul

    Latest salvo in the New Atheism saga. This is a debate between Hitchens (atheist) and Wilson (Christian). Both are good rhetoricians, chuckles will accompany a read of this book. Wilson isn't a sophis...

  • Craig

    Imagine a highly condensed, unedited version of God is not Great. It doesn't contain the highly polished prose, the impactful arguments, or much of the smarmy wit that makes Hitchens a joy to read, bu...

  • Jeremy

    Pastor Doug Wilson takes on the formidable atheist Christopher Hitchens in a back-and-forth discussion. This is a short book, and both writers are very talented and make salient points. But I ultimate...

  • FŰalˇrin

    It was less about whether Christianity is good for the world and more about Hitchens' and Wilson's criticisms of each other's worldviewsÔÇöless constructive discussion and more arguing. On the upside,...

  • G.M. Burrow

    If you want to see a fight where bare knuckles meet the same nose over and over, if you want to watch a strategist locate the tipping point again and again, if you want to admire the wit who can spot ...

  • Karla

    Even for a short book it was a trial to get through because Wilson's bits were fatuous and repetitive, as tends to be the case when someone uses as a launch point for their "rational argument" that a ...

  • Noah Calcagno

    Witty dialogue, but overall just okay. ...

  • Jesse

    Good read. Both Wilson and Hitchens have a wonderful writing style so this was an enjoyable read. I think Hitchens didn't really understand Wilson's argument. It would have been great to see Hitchens ...

  • Dan Glover

    Anyone buying this book and looking for an exhaustive, facts-and-figures filled debate between a Christian and an atheist over the merits of the Christian faith will likely be disappointed. This excha...