Excellent Animated Short | Stephen Fry vs Ann Widdecombe | Catholic Debate

I found this excellent animation from a debate held in 2009 between Christopher Hitchens, Stephen Fry, Archbishop John Onaiyekan and Ann Widdecombe.

THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IS A FORCE FOR GOOD IN THE WORLD



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A wonderful piece of work.  Until now, I haven't bothered to listen to Anne Widdecombe, because 1) I don't care to subject myself to strident christian apologists and 2) because I had at least an inkling of what she was going to say.

It is therefore little surprise to me that Stephen Fry dismantled her arguments as well as he did.  To see those arguments juxtaposed as they are here, though, is especially enjoyable ... for US, anyway?  Whether Ms. Widdecombe can be bothered to see things from our side or not, I don't know, nor do I much care.  One thing she DOES now know is the feeling of getting her catholic ass properly KICKED.

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