An atheist professor gives his criticism of Richard Dawkins.
Here we have a man who is honest enough to recognize that Christians have some intelligent answers, even if he does not appear moved by them. At the very least, he does not fall into the trap of ad hominem arguments, which seem to be all too prevalent from modern atheists. He also recognizes that the new atheists are largely simplistic in their arguments against Christians.
In criticism of Christians, I find it especially interesting that an atheist is conversant with the aseity of God, the concept of being (latin: esse) and Thomas Aquinas’ position of God’s essence is His existence, a very important set of doctrines that I would guess large numbers of modern pastors never learned.