Christopher Hitchens often changes the subject in a radio or television interview when confronted with a point he prefers not to argue. That is a device common to excellent debaters.
But the written word can’t move once it is committed to paper, and Mark Roberts is unraveling Hitchens’ arguments from god Is Not Great. His most recent post displays more errors on Hitchens’ part. The list has now reached nine, with six more to be added on Monday. All of these errors occur within the 20 pages in which Hitchens “deals” with the New Testament.
For a full length defense of the reliability of the Gospels, get Roberts’ new book, Can We Trust The Gospels.