Credit where credit is due - Christopher Hitchens seems willing to argue the question of God's greatness or lack thereof anytime, anywhere. Here's an account of his debate with Al Sharpton, which sounds (as you might expect) like fine entertainment that left something to be desired on the intellectual side of things; here, more promisingly, is the beginning of an extended exchange between Hitchens and Douglas Wilson, hosted by Christianity Today, on the question "Is Christianity Good for the World?" (Wilson is also blogging his way through God is Not Great on his own site.)

Of course, what I'd really like to see is a Hitchens-Daniel Larison face-off ...

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