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Collision: Christopher Hitchens vs. Douglas Wilson

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Collision is a documentary featuring debate between Hitchens and Wilson. Its release date is October 27, 2009. This debate between the two began in 2007 when Hitchens and Wilson started to correspond over the question, "Is Christianity good for the world?" In 2008 their debate became a book (titled as the question) and in the fall they began to tour debating this issue as well.
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Below is video of the first 13 minutes of the movie and an afterward.





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