Abandoning Militant Atheism
I had no Â idea Christopher Hitchens’ had a younger brother and his brother is a Christian.
Haven’t delved that far into his brother’s faith yet, but ran across (courtesy of a friend’s Facebook status):
So Peter Hitchens travels through militant atheist land and ends up as a believer.
My favorite statement from the reviewer lies here:
Peter Hitchensâ€™s case is that militant atheists dimly sense this truth, and this is what makes them so angry. If God does not exist, after all, why the rage against him? Godâ€™s really unforgivable characteristic is that he is alive and well and quite impervious to the assaults even of people as brilliant as Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens.
Of course they dimly sense this truth. Romans 1:18-23. They realize that God exists – and you’re not Him. So instead of going about the routine of ‘making a god they like’, they simply make themselves their own individual god. Â The louder they yell and rage (like this young lady), the quieter that ‘obvious’ knowledge of God’s existence gets to them. Â It never goes away….underneath it all…they know. Â They know, and they hate Him (Romans 3:10-18).
In the meantime, be mindful not to only pray for Christopher Hitchens’ conversion and salvation, but also for his throat cancer. Maybe the brush with mortality will serve to soften his heart a bit as well.
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