Christopher Hitchens on Cancer, Life and Religion

Christopher Hitchens hasn’t turned inward since his cancer diagnosis in June. Nor, as some might have anticipated, has he budged from his atheist views outlined in his 2007 bestseller God Is Not Great. And if you hear rumors of an eventual deathbed conversion, don’t believe them. That’s the message he passes along to Anderson Cooper in a new CNN interview (above). Also, Hitchens has just published a new piece in Vanity Fair where he talks about his introduction to (esophagus) cancer in a way that only Hitchens can. Regardless of what you think about Hitchens, it’s definitely worth a read…

via Daily Hitchens

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