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The author basically says, Christopher is honest and said himself that I am a good guy.
The rest of the book goes like this, Christoper is a liar and a fake who only held to atheism due to money, book sales, and peer pressure.
In Larry’s mind, when Christopher is silent or tired, that equates to acquiescence and being “dumbfounded” by some discussion of faith. The author is somehow under the impression that Christoper was never really exposed to evangelical Christianity before and that he could tell Christopher was moved by it.
Naturally, none of his assertions about Hitch reconsidering his atheism are based on Christopher’s words, but always seem to be based on what he didn’t say. When Christopher didn’t pipe up as a rude evil god hating atheist, that must mean he was sympathetic to Larry’s version of Christianity. He like to repeat that Hitch kept 2 sets of books as a means of proving that his public image was a fraud in spite of Christopher never having verbally contradicted his unbelief in private either. He also likes to use Hitches 9-11 stand as proof that he was rethinking everything since because he didn’t support everything the left did, he must be seeing the light.
This posthumous declaration of “faith” is a joke.
I am an atheist and have read several Christian authors even recently and even read the Bible still. I don’t dismiss Larry’s poor logic, baseless assertions, and wishful thinking because I don’t believe in god or because I feel obligated to defend Hitch. I dismiss them because they are idiotic and blatantly either delusional or intentionally misleading.
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My bad. I should have researched more before purchasing. Waste of money. Disappointed Biased and absolutely riddled with the authors views and not the truth about Christopher Hitchens. Deleting from my library.
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