God is NOT Great

  • C. Hitchins was a long-time regular contributor to the New Yorker as an essayist. He is one of the strongly anti-religious, which is to say anti-Sacred intelligentsia whose books have been lately appearing in droves. Many of Hitchins essays take a very skeptical view of even the most revered of our ancestors and celebrities. One might say it was his stylistic trick or modus operandi to critique what we as a people had already accepted as authority or celebrity. We aim to objectively explore all of the aspects of the chasm growing between the secular and the sacred, so must include, examine, and study contributions to the anti-sacred literature like this. Hitchins represents perhaps one of the most extreme positions of the secular, dedicatedly atheist camps along with Dawkins and Mauer. [75F/W’13]

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