27
Jan
09

a voice of reason

This past weekend I had the unique opportunity to spend three days with a small group of people and Dinesh D’Souza author of numerous books the latest of which is entitled, What’s So Great about Christianity.

While being a NY Times best-selling author and speaker, D’Souza spends much of his time in public debates with leading atheists all of whom are increasingly puzzled by the continued existence and vitality of religion worldwide…what Richard Dawkins refers to as a “virus of the mind.”

It was a fascinating time with Dinesh. He is personable, funny and incredibly brilliant. Here is a clip of him in a debate with Christopher Hitchens addressing the atheist assertion that religion is the cause of violence and conflicts of the world.

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1 Response to “a voice of reason”


  1. 1 Joanne
    February 26, 2009 at 9:19 pm

    Great clip. I searched for the rest of the debate on youtube and found it by matching Dinesh D’Souza’s shirt in your clip. They are worth a listen. Thanks for bringing Dinesh once again to my attention.


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