B. Kyle Keltz is assistant professor of English and philosophy at South Plains College. He has articles published in The Heythrop Journal, The Journal of Value Inquiry, New Blackfriars, Nova et Vetera, and Sophia. He also contributed chapters to God and the World of Insects (2017). Tricia Scribner is a PhD candidate in philosophy of religion at Southern Evangelical Seminary. She is the author of LifeGivers Apologetics: Women Designed and Equipped to Share Reasons for the Hope Within (2016), co-author with Edna Ellison of Woman to Woman: Preparing Yourself to Mentor (2005), and with Frank Turek of Stealing from God and Essentials of the Faith study guides.
"This book is a helpful and clear response to Dan Barker's popular-level atheism. It examines his terms and labels, his assumptions, and his arguments in an incisive and accessible manner. Though one may disagree here and there, the book overall presents a highly effective and robust challenge to Barker's version of atheism as well as presenting the case for the Christian faith."--Paul Copan, Pledger Family Chair of Philosophy and Ethics, Palm Beach Atlantic University; author of Loving Wisdom: A Guide to Philosophy and Christian Faith "As much as this book is about Dan Barker, it is about the new atheism in general. It explains and refutes such views in an academic but accessible way. Being broad in topics and deep in content, it is a wonderful apologetic resource not only to refute the new atheism but to introduce the reader to classical views on many important topics."--J. Brian Huffling, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Theology, Southern Evangelical Seminary