John Lennox & Christopher Hitchens - Is God Great?  A Debate DVD

Is God Great? A Debate by John Lennox & Christopher Hitchens

DVD: Documentary
Tags: General Theological Issues, DVD, Social and Religious Issues, Documentary
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Genre: Social and Religious Issues
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 86242
Product Format: DVD
Publisher: Authentic Video And DVD
Content Type: Documentary
Cat. Code: 8500210
Running Time (minutes): 114
Release Date: 07 Aug 2009

Oxford Professor John Lennox and journalist Christopher Hitchens came to Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama, to debate the question 'Is God Great?'

Asking the question 'Is God great?' may seem strange to many. They argue that, in a time when people cannot even agree on God's existence, such a question seems presumptuous at the very least. But the issue continues to arise.

Is God Great? sees two of the West's very best minds face off on the subject - Christopher Hitchens and Professor John Lennox.

Hitchens, who made his opinion clear on this topic in 2007 with his book God Is Not Great, maintains not only that God fails to be great, but denies His existence entirely. Professor Lennox, a convinced Christian and scientist, respectfully disagrees.

Both men debated each other before for the first time in autumn 2008 at the Edinburgh International Festival over the question of whether or not Atheism could save Europe.

The DVD also includes special feature material from the Afternoon Tea event at Latimer House just a few hours before the debate in which Fixed Point Executive Director Larry Taunton interviewed both Hitchens and Lennox together.

This event features a unique blend of both planned remarks and fast-paced dialogue that tackles these issues in a refreshing and informative light. It is sure to offer insights to all.

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