Started by Recusant, May 21, 2016, 04:22:06 PM
QuoteThere's no evidence save Taunton's wishful thinking that Hitchens was even contemplating conversion. And a book about Hitchens's curiosity about religion certainly wouldn't have sold at all. Further, if Hitchens didn't accept God, why did Taunton call his book "The Faith of Christopher Hitchens"? I think he knew exactly what he was doing, and realized full well that his narrative would be taken by Christians as a sign that Hitchens was Seeing the Light. Christians just love stories about deathbed conversions of atheists, and Taunton played into that, all the while saying that he didn't really intend that. I call duplicity.
Quote from: Ecurb Noselrub on July 25, 2013, 08:18:52 PMIn Asmo's grey lump, wrath and dark clouds gather force.Luxembourg trembles.
QuoteThe founder and top executive of Fixed Point Foundation, a Christian "think tank" ministry in Birmingham which organized high-profile debates between atheists and Christian evangelists, has resigned.Larry Taunton, founder and former executive director, resigned after he was confronted about allegations that he had inappropriate relationships with two young women on the ministry staff, according to sources familiar with the situation.[Continues . . .]