The ”Hitchens” debates

Christopher Hitchens is undoubtably the best known atheist, leader of the “Four Horseman” in promoting atheism, and attacking religion, more specifically Christianity. Is he right? Does he have good arguments? This video series will let you make up your own mind, as Hitchens will debate three Christian apologists. Whatever the outcome,“Hitch” is in any case an entertaining force of nature no matter the subject matter or venue! Hitchens was born British, became an American citizen in 1981, and is widely known as an author and journalist, contributing to Vanity Fair, the Atlantic, and many other periodicals.




February 20th @ 4pm Bernath Auditorium

Dr. John Lennox holds PhD’s in Mathematics and Philosophy, and speaks 8 languages. On a trip to the USSR for a Math conference, his hosts found out he was Christian, and began to ask him a lot of questions, since they had never met one. Thus began Dr. Lennox’s career as an apologist, as from then on, he was more in demand for his Christian philosophical views than his appointed career of mathematics! He is a prof at

Oxford, but travels the world giving lectures and speaking.

February 27th @ 4pm Bernath Auditorium

Dr. William Lane Craig is probably the foremost apologist for the Christian worldview. He holds two PhD’s in Philosophy and Theology, and is the research professor of Philosophy at the Talbot School of Theology. He is the author or editor of over thirty books and numerous articles. Dr. Craig is an international lecturer and debater. He has spoken at numerous universities, including Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Stanford, Oxford,

Cambridge, Moscow, and Peking.

March 6th @ 4pm Kresge Auditorium(Room 110)

Dinesh D’Souza was born in India, but came to the US as a teenager, and graduated from Dartmouth in 1983. Dinesh is the Robert and Karen Rishwain Fellow at the Hoover Institution— Stanford-based think tank.Prior to joining the Hoover Institution, Mr. D'Souza served as senior domestic policy analyst at the White House during the Reagan administration from 1987 to 1988.He has written extensively for the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Los Angles Times, The Boston Globe, and The Washington Post. He is also a NYT bestselling author, with many books including What's So Great About America (2002), The End of Racism (1995) and Illiberal Education (1991).

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