atheist delusions by david bentley hart
I can think of no better theologian to respond to the New Atheists than David Bentley Hart, except that is not really what Atheist Delusions: The Christian Revolution and its Fashionable Enemies is about. True, he begins with a lambasting of Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens et al. for their incapacity for philosophy and careless use of logic and rhetoric. Yes, his snarky wit weaves a path through their deceit that brings to light the regurgitated nature of their arguments and the inherent failures of any true critique since the time of Friedrich Nietzsche. But the title, as well as the first and last parts of the book, masks Hart’s true intention.