A particularly animated argument

Intelligence Squared is a global debating forum that invites leading intellectual figures to discuss contemporary issues. They’ve just released their first iq2 Short, an animated version of a debate that took place between Ann Widdecombe and Stephen Fry over the motion ‘The Catholic church is a force for good in the world’

Intelligence Squared is a global debating forum that invites leading intellectual figures to discuss contemporary issues. They’ve just released their first iq2 Short, an animated version of a debate that took place between Ann Widdecombe and Stephen Fry over the motion ‘The Catholic church is a force for good in the world’…

IQ2’s ten minute Animated Argument is adapted from a debate staged in 2009 which also featured Christopher Hitchens and John Olorunfemi Onaiyekan, the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Abuja. The animation is by Scriberia and features Widdecombe, a convert to Catholicism, in the blue corner, while Fry, an atheist, is in the red.

More information on Intelligence Squared can be found at intelligencesquared.com.

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