"The prominence given to the Toronto debate between Christopher Hitchens and Tony Blair ['A force for good and evil ?' Jan. 2011, p. 1] underlines the importance of having good representatives for the pro-faith position. Tony Blair may be famous for being a former British Prime Minister and a convert to Roman Catholicism, but he has never been recognised as a deep thinker. He was outclassed by Hitchens [a U.S. journalist and atheist]. .... Today's Christian apologetics need not be an attempt to whitewash religious institutions but they do need better exemplars than Mr. Blair. It would be wonderful to see a really serious atheist and a Christian of greater depth engage in a conversation that would show both their common ground and the real points of divergence".