The Day Christopher Hitchens Met His Maker
the last score of years Americans have been exposed to
the virulent anti-Christian writings and televised interviews
of Christopher Hitchens, archenemy of Jehovah. On
December 16, 2011, Mr. Hitchens breathed his last breath.
He died of esophageal cancer. When
diagnosed with cancer, he "insisted he had not revised
his position on atheism."
Wall Street Journal described Hitches as "an old-fashioned
sensualist who abstained from clean living." He
was proud of his lifetime of "heavy smoking and drinking." He
was a "militant humanist" who never tired of
making war against God, Christ, Christianity, the Bible
churches and Christians. Well
did Francis Bacon write, "Atheism is rather in the
life than in the heart of man." Plato was more direct.
He wrote, "Atheism is a disease of the soul, before
it becomes an error of the understanding."
Hitchens' most famous book was "God is Not Great:
How Religion Poisons Everything." He
dismissed "the idea of an all-seeing God with contempt."
likened God to a "celestial dictatorship." His
anti-Christian venom made his a favorite for interviews
by liberal television hosts. He was a Marxist of the Trostskyite
above information was gathered from the many tributes to
Mr. Hitchens, found on the Internet).
death claimed him, Mr. Hitchens opened his eyes in a place
where departed spirits await their resurrection and judgement
who have read the account cited by Luke know that only
two possibilities await the departed spirit. Either
it will rest with Abraham, the father of the faithful (Gal.
3:9) or will suffer with sinners and the enemies of God
few days before this atheist's death, I had written the
Memorial for a Deceased Atheist
to live on Dec. 1, 2011. He
was a devout atheist.
Jabusky was descended from a long line of distinguished
hairy anthropoids who traced their origin to a soupy pond
in northern Africa.. He lived a life without meaning or
purpose, devoting his time and energy to fighting against
the invisible Supreme Being in
whom he did not believe. Till the end, the scorned the
ideas of life after death, judgement and eternal rewards
Reverend Doctor, Timothy Denial,* pastor of the Second
Humanist Church delivered his eulogy. He
expressed the hope of the family that the deceased had
ceased to exist. Should there happen to be a God, they
hoped he will have mercy on their departed loved one and
grant him eternal peace.
John Jabusky* and Christopher Hitchens fought
God and lost. They join a long list of unbelievers who
learned too late that, "The fool hath said in his
heart, There is no God" (Ps. 14:1). As
Hugh Miller rightly observed, "Atheism is the death
of hope, the suicide of the soul."
* The names marked by * are fictitious.
Waddey (Fortify Your Faith)