Christopher Hitchens, a sinner saved

Greetings True Christians,

Many of you are probably wondering why Christopher Hitchens did not make our list of “People you will probably meet in hell.” The answer is quite simple, actually. Christopher Hitchens turned to Christ on his deathbed, and is now in heaven with Jesus, Peter, Paul, Noah, Mary, and all the angels.  Why did Hitchens repent? The answer is actually quite simple.  Much like a man that can see a train bearing down upon him as it comes close to him and is about to kill him, Hitchens was able to finally see hell bearing down upon his immortal soul as it became almost unavoidable.  Somewhere, likely on his deathbed, Hitchens called out to Jesus for salvation. Jesus embraced this lost sheep with open arms, and led him straight to heaven, where he is in Paradise as we speak.  Why do we know this is true, you ask? First, this is true because there were witnesses to his event.  On a more personal note, I know this is true because I prayed hard about it, and asked the Holy Spirit for guidance. The Holy Spirit led me on a search for evidence. This evidence shows that Hitchens had the makings of a true Christian, and confirms the Holy Spirit’s message to me. I’ll share the evidence with you here.

First, Hitchens repulsively rejected God in a public setting. This is for a very good reason. Hitchens made bank by pulling the wool over the eyes of heathen atheists and deluding them into believing  that he was an atheist. In his heart of hearts, Christopher always knew that Christ was real. Was Christopher Hitchens a closet Christian? This I cannot say, but fear of Christianity is much like homophobia.  Those with the most vocal and blatant rejections to the belief system or practice at hand are most often the ones that secretly buy into it.  Now I’m not saying that American politician Sam Brownback is homosexual, but honestly, look at his name! Hitchens was most likely a Christian in some form throughout his life. Christopher saw the good life that God gave him, and must have been very grateful.  Ever wonder why CHRIST is the first segment of CHRISTopher?  This is probably coincidence, but I know for a fact that Christopher Hitchens died a Christian.

Many of you do not realize that Christopher Hitchens was actually a good friend of the Christian community. Don’t believe me? This article preaches truth. He was close friends with Pastor Rick Warren.  As a friend of Christopher’s, Warren knew him better than any of us. Let us consider Warren’s statement (from article linked previously):

“Pastor Rick Warren, founder of Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, Calif., tweeted, “My friend Christopher Hitchens has died. I loved & prayed for him constantly & grieve his loss. He knows the Truth now.”

That’s right. Christopher Hitchens knows the Truth now. This is because he knows Christ, and also because he repented on his deathbed. Christopher Hitchens embraced Jesus, and Rick Warren knows all about it. Perhaps Warren was there when Christopher called out to Jesus for salvation.  Atheist-turned-Christian Lee Strobel even said about Hitchens “I was among many who shared Christ with him.”  Perhaps Everybody Pray for Hitchens Day had an impact after all!

The point, good Christian friends, is that we can today rejoice in the power of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and in His glorious ability to save the sinners and unbelievers if only they open their minds up to Him, the Prince of Peace. Christopher Hitchens opened his mind to Jesus, and Jesus saved him.  Jesus can save all of us, friends, if we just open our hearts and mind to Him.  Repent, accept Christ, and join Christopher Hitchens in heaven.

Yours in Christ,

Jim

175 thoughts on “Christopher Hitchens, a sinner saved

  1. I’m glad I’m going to hell. I wouldn’t know anyone in heaven.

  2. Jordan Pickering says:

    Friend, you simply cannot claim that the Holy Spirit told you x or y, because this is not how guidance works. Theologically it is fairly clear that this is not the Holy Spirit’s role, but it is evidentially not how it works because of the number of Christians who disagree with one another (such as me disagreeing with your view of guidance). If Christians received infallible information about the unknown delivered into our heads, there would be strange correspondence between the views of Christians that would be otherwise inexplicable. As it is, the views of those who claim special guidance tend to be erratic, frequently mistaken, rarely if ever corroborated by the views of other Spirit-filled Christians etc.

    Perhaps Hitchens converted on his death bed. Who knows? None of that evidence even slightly suggests that he did, let alone confirming it.

    Secondly, you claim,

    “his good works combined with his new-found faith helped him get into heaven.”

    This is also deeply worrying, because the Holy Spirit ought to have told you, as he did the writers of scripture, that good works would have had nothing to do with Hitchens’ mooted acceptance into heaven. Acceptance into heaven depends on you realising that you are not dependent upon God and that you need to be. Beyond that it depends entirely on God doing (and having done) the work that cleans you up and puts you back in relationship with Him. It’s all given and none of it earned. I’m worried that this features so weakly in your comments, as opposed to good deeds (and telling people to go to hell).

  3. Martin Baker says:

    True historical words from Jesus, Mathew 7:15-20:

    “Be careful of false prophets. They come to you and look {gentle} like sheep. But they are really dangerous {like} wolves. You will know these people because of the things they do. Good things don’t come from bad people, the same as grapes don’t come from thorn bushes. And figs don’t come from thorny weeds. In the same way, every good tree makes good fruit. And bad trees make bad fruit. A good tree cannot make bad fruit. And a bad tree cannot make good fruit. Every tree that does not make good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. You will know these false people by the fruit they make (things they do).”

    I hope you atheists take account of what Jesus said and think about where you will be if you don’t take Hitchen’s conversion to Christianity seriously. You need to sop following the false profits like Charles Darwin, Richard Dawkins, Kenneth Miller, Francis Collins, and start to search for Jesus with an open mind.

    • Jeff Green says:

      Here is an example of what the author who was eventually called “Mathew” by the publishers of the myth was talking about: “The Holy Spirit led me on a search for evidence. This evidence shows that Hitchens had the makings of a true Christian, and confirms the Holy Spirit’s message to me. I’ll share the evidence with you here. . . Perhaps Warren was there when Christopher called out to Jesus for salvation. Atheist-turned-Christian Lee Strobel even said about Hitchens “I was among many who shared Christ with him.” Perhaps Everybody Pray for Hitchens Day had an impact after all!”

      This is what people who have completed an English 1A class can recognize right away as an “unsupported claim” (aka “bad fruit”). We can now all agree that creation science study is a “false prophet.”

  4. Martin Baker says:

    No, Jeff, this site is as real as Jesus, and it is not a false prophet. Me and Jim are trying to share our personal experiences with the holy spirit, as well as the experiences from those who witnessed the event, but you all allow Satan to deceive you from the truthful evidence. We will pray that you and the other atheists will see the light.

    • Chris says:

      You god is as myth a myth as Zeus. Martin, you are delusional.

    • Jeff Green says:

      No, Martin, this site is as real as Jesus (aka, not real at all). You and Jim are trying to pretend people witnessed an event but don’t name any of them. You allow people to deceive you from truthful evidence so you do not have to confront your mortality. I will continue to hope that you and other magical thinkers come to terms with reality.

  5. bea999 says:

    Christopher Hitchens was a complete and totally devoted atheist and then he died and came over to my house. We’ve been having a good laugh . . .

  6. Jeff Green says:

    Please name someone who witnessed the event, quote them, neither of you have done that. I will check with whatever primary source you site. They will not be very credible to me as I already see you guys as lairs so it seems likely you would just ask someone to lie for you. If you have a video of the event please share that or audio or a signed statement . . . These things are evidence, not “Perhaps Warren was there . . “

    • you need to pray to the Holy Spirit Jeff.

      Jim

      • Jeff Green says:

        So your holy spirit is your primary source for this blog post? The problem with citing a holy spirit is that one cannot ask it if your claim is a lie. I am not in contact with your or any holy spirit. This my seem the root of our disagreement. Your peculiar cult’s view of what comprises a holy spirit and how to contact it, offers nothing to this debate. I, for reasons apparently unintelligible to you, require sources of evidence which operate within the realms I can experience. I have no capacity to contact a spirit world. I don’t think you do either. My guess is that what you experience as your holy spirit is, if it is an audible voice in your head, what is commonly called “schizophrenia.” There have been fairly good advancements made by science in the treatment of that disorder, perhaps you could look into it. If it is experienced as more an amorphous guided feeling that might be what I call a “hunch.” I do have hunches, however I don’t worship them. I find that sometimes my hunches are more or less true and sometimes more or less false. What my be the source of our disagreement is that you worship your hunches which seem true and dismiss the ones that seem false. This form of conformation bias is the source of bad logic in all of us. I try and be careful about it, which is why I require a more tangible, and as such, more credible to me, sources for things I hold true.

      • You can ask the Spirit, the Holy Spirit speaks to everyone Jeff.

        Jim

  7. Jeff Green says:

    Your idea of the thing that “speaks to everyone” is not real. You are mistaken. It does not speak to anyone except you. This is because it is you. You are making up stuff and wanting others to pretend it is real.

    • Martin Baker says:

      No, you’re wrong Jeff Green. He speaks to other true Christians that pray and ask for his guidance. He can’t speak to atheists, muslims, mormons, buddhists, hindus, catholics or any followers of false religions because they don’t pray and know him like me, Jim and other true Christians. You have to know God like we do in order for him to speak to you and tell you the answers to life.

  8. Jaq Blaq says:

    As a proud heathen I find the notion laughable. Just cause some pastor said Mr. Hitchens “knows the truth” doesn’t mean he repented. The question is where YOU there when the man died? If your answer is no then you don’t know. The statement the pastor made can also be interpreted as mean that because Mr. Hitchens is dead he can see for himself if god is real. I feel that the reason why the religous and heathens can’t get along is because everyone is trying to prove a point. I no problems with the rwligous so long as you are not trying to imped on my constitutional right to the pursuit of happiness. I feel if we all took that approach and had open dialogues that focused on unity things wouldn’t be a petty as they are. Unfortunately I can only dream…..bring on the flames

  9. Jeff Green says:

    Jim, you made both these statements: “You can ask the Spirit, the Holy Spirit speaks to everyone Jeff.” “Amen Martin. He can only speak to TRUE Christians, not heathens!” These are contradictory claims. I am sure this spirit does not speak to me. If it is because I am not a “true Christian” or if it is because it does not exist is irrelevant. I am asking you to provide a source for your increasingly incredible claim. You seem to be missing the point. If, for whatever reason the source of your claim is not accessible to others then it is not a good source. That you just say anything regardless of your earlier statements leads one to conclude that you just make up stuff and say it without much thought. This detracts from your credibility and makes you seem like a idiot to those who bother to pay any attention to you. I will return to this stupid post from time to time to see if you have provided any source that is in the least bit credible. Not to often, as you have grown boring.

  10. Andy says:

    Rick Warrens statement “He knows the Truth now” does not necessarily mean that Hitchens accepted Christ before he died, it could mean vary plainly that after death he “knows the truth” because he is before the judgement seat of Christ, and not dead in the grave. I am not saying that Hitchens was not a christian before death, I just think that if Rick Warrens quote is one of your main reasons for assuming Hitchens salvation than you could be making a false assumption.

  11. Kent says:

    He did not repent on his deathbed that’s a bunch of lies.

  12. What a garbage article with no evidence, reasons, or proof. Quote mining to mislead the reader, as I would expect from a “true” christian.

  13. Chris says:

    Lying for Jebus again I see.

  14. Reblogged this on creationsciencestudy and commented:

    a repost of Hitchen’s salvation story, for all the heathens to see.

  15. Andrew Boner says:

    Here’s the thing… According to Herman Cain, Rick Santorum, Michelle Bachmann and Rick Perry, God told each of them personally to run for president. Why would God do that and then elect Barack Obama? who incidentally wasn’t directed by God to run for a second term. Who is lying here? God or the true christian candidates?

    • God didn’t elect Obama! God was working with Santorum. Sinful Americans inspired by Satan elected Obama, not God. God is not lying, and neither are the candidates. It is Satan who led Americans to elect Obama, not God. And it is Satan who led Americans to put Romney, the biggest Republican moron ever, on the ballot insted of a true Christian like Santorum.

      Yours in Christ,

      Jim Solouki

      • Andrew Boner says:

        Jim,
        Okay, I get why you say God isnt lying because of your faith. But you go on to say that Cain, Bachmann, Perry and Santorum aren’t lying, but one of them must be lying as none of them are in the Whitehouse. Are you also saying that the Koch Brothers are satan?
        The Koch Brothers funded Romney’s campaign. Romney bigger moron than GW Bush? Really.

      • Romney was a Mormon, a heathen!

  16. Thomas says:

    I am glad to be a “heathen”, anyone whose only response to something is “You must ask the Holy Spirit..” well what if we don’t want to? We ask you. So answer the questions posed and not your drivel on how we are going to hell and what not.

    Anyways, whats the point of saying we are going to hell? Do you get some kind of sick satisfaction from it? Are you guys and girls so evil that you gain pleasure from going to heaven while knowing a lot of other people will be in eternal punishment? Because if that’s the case I’m glad to be going to hell! I’d hate to be surrounded by pretentious people in Paradise, I’d rather burn alongside my friends and family, at least I can see them still.

    Why don’t you try to be more “Christlike” and treat everyone with fairness and humility akin to the man *ahem* Son of God you so worship.

    • Thomas, I’d rather see you in paradise! I am merely reminding you of where your sinful heathen path will lead you if you do not repent. Hell is a bad place to be. You don’t want to go there. Reject sin and embrace Christ. You won’t see your friends in Hell. You’ll be kept alone. Tortured. Burned. Beaten by demons. Hell is a very bad place.

      I will be praying for your heathen soul.

      • Thomas says:

        I have a simple question; well perhaps more than one.

        1. I have been told that “God” is a compassionate and Just “God”, but he is also a jealous “God”. That doesn’t quite pan out does it?
        2.Why would “God” have such negative HUMAN emotion?
        3. Why does he have emotions at all?

        He should be beyond all such petty HUMAN emotions. It’s almost like he was created be *gasp* HUMANS!

  17. Martin Baker says:

    Thomas:

    1. God is compassionate. You have to follow what he says in the bible.
    2. He doesn’t have negative human emotions. You need to read the bible.
    3. God is all loving.

    Thomas, you need to read the bible to know God like I do instead of following the fundamentalist atheistic mind set.

    • aevitaslp says:

      Jealousy, Revenge, Hate, and one hell of a murder streak. God, according to the bible, has been going for the high score of killing people or he is a sadistic God who gets his jollies from our suffering.

      And how can one know something how someone else does. We are all different in how we think. It’s not that I am atheist and it is not that I believe in God. I am just someone who will follow a set a moral I deem important to my life. And one of them is Logic not fairy tales.

  18. aevitaslp says:

    What’s the point of signing your posts? And that whole “Yours in Christ” crap? I doubt Jesus Christ would approve of your over-zealous religion pushing, in fact I’m sure he would be really pissed in how you are spreading his religion. You sound threatening, and not like you truly care about others. You seem to care for your own soul not other people souls. You do good ONLY to get into “Paradise” not for the sake of goodness itself. Sounds to me you are going to hell.

  19. Jeff Green says:

    I see you are once again posting to this thread, Jim. Remember when you stopped after I posted this above?

    “Jim, you made both these statements: “You can ask the Spirit, the Holy Spirit speaks to everyone Jeff.” and “Amen Martin. He can only speak to TRUE Christians, not heathens!” These are contradictory claims. I am sure this spirit does not speak to me. If it is because I am not a “true Christian” or if it is because it does not exist is irrelevant. I am asking you to provide a source for your increasingly incredible claim. You seem to be missing the point. If, for whatever reason the source of your claim is not accessible to others then it is not a good source. That you just say anything regardless of your earlier statements leads one to conclude that you just make up stuff and say it without much thought. This detracts from your credibility and makes you seem like a idiot to those who bother to pay any attention to you. I will return to this stupid post from time to time to see if you have provided any source that is in the least bit credible. Not to often, as you have grown boring.”

    • Martin Baker says:

      Dear Jeff Green, Jim and I have repeatedly posted all the evidence about Hitchens being saved. You are avoiding the evidence we have posted, just like Richard Dawkins when he is asked to debate about creationism, and you are arguing in circles.

  20. Jeff Green says:

    Jim, you made both these statements: “You can ask the Spirit, the Holy Spirit speaks to everyone Jeff.” and “Amen Martin. He can only speak to TRUE Christians, not heathens!” These are contradictory claims.

    Please direct me to any “evidence about Hitchens” anywhere in the post or the preceding thread. If by “evidence” you are referring to you repeatedly claiming a god told you, please direct me to some evidence that others may access. We don’t have access to the voices in your head.

  21. I highly doubt that Christopher Hitchens would be hypocritical enough to convert to something he spent his life fighting. I find it offensive the way that someone would attempt to make up stories about a dead man. Christopher Hitchens had more in common with Jesus than most of the Christians I met. Jesus also fought against religion and useless traditions.

  22. oxidoz says:

    This is hilarious. Good thing Hitchens understood how calculating and desperate Christians are (the same claim was made about Darwin) That’s why in some of his last interviews he urged that any stories of deathbed recanting be regarded as utter rubbish Glad to see Christians didn’t disappoint. Good job! I just don’t know how to take a religion that has to lie to gain followers

  23. […] Jesus or go to Hell. The choice is yours. It’s never too late to repent. In fact, Christopher Hitchens repented on his deathbed and is in heaven as we speak! However, if you die in sin and fail to repent, you will be cast into the depths of […]

  24. 10bacon says:

    Hitchens’ widow said he never converted.

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