But he sure does have a hankerin’ for a hunk of strawman argumentation.
His characterizations of Dawkins, Hitchens, and Harris – the most vocal among the New Atheists – read as if he got his ideas about them from a James Dobson faith retreat where he drank deep of Kool-Aid.
And that’s just in the prologue to his book I Don’t Believe in Atheists.
Could the rest of the book be any better? I have my doubts, but perhaps I will press on with it.