I don't get that the writer is coming from a specifically Christian worldview, but that doesn't stop her from lobbing some very effective critiques at "the new atheists."
She starts by confessing that she "can't stand atheists -- but it's not because they don't believe in God. It's because they're crashing bores." In fact, she calls them "such excruciating snoozes." She does note more contentful critiques, such as the (very on-target) note that "new" atheists indulge "in a philosophically primitive opposition of faith and reason that assumes that if science can't prove something, it doesn't exist."
But Allen says that her problem is with atheists' "tiresome -- and way old -- insistence that they are being oppressed and their fixation with the fine points of Christianity." She lampoons the chest-beating assertiosn, the lame jabs, the tired (and tiring) paint-thin mockeries.
She thinks atheists might not be the objects of such public disdain "if they stopped beating the drum until the hide splits on their second-favorite topic: How stupid people are who believe in God." She gives as an example this statement by one of atheism's poorer reps, Richard Dawkins, who says of theists:
"They feel uneducated, which they are; often rather stupid, which they are; inferior, which they are; and paranoid about pointy-headed intellectuals from the East Coast looking down on them, which, with some justification, they do."All righty, then.
Allen also brings some effective fire on the attempted moral arguments atheists try to lodge, as well as their anger at God for "failing to create a world more to their liking."
My additions: as to the former, tens of thousands of words can't raise the argument above "Assuming that the Bible isn't true... the Bible isn't true!!!"
And the latter is just Genesis 3:5 all over again. And again. And again. And again....
Sometimes I imagine a junior demon saying to Satan, "Boss, you really have to get another sales-pitch!"
To which the first demon retorts, "Why? It works every time!"