Little discussion today at work; we've been through it before. He has actually read Dawkins and Harris (and remains unwavering in his faith, definite proof of his irrationality), and he recommended this book to me, saying I should read it to get an less "biased" viewpoint:
"What's so Great about Christianity" by Dinesh D'Souza.
Description from Amazon: Is it reasonable to have faith in God? Can intelligent, educated people really believe what the Bible says? Or do the atheists have it right--has Christianity been disproven by science and discredited as a guide to morality? Best-selling author Dinesh D'Souza (The Enemy at Home; What's So Great about America) responds head-on to the anti-God arguments of prominent atheists such as Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, and Christopher Hitchens and defeats them on their own terms. What's So Great about Christianity provides believers with a straightforward tool kit for meeting the challenge of modern atheism and secularism; for nonbelievers, it offers a compelling apologetic that will challenge their assumptions and affirm that there really is something great about Christianity.
It's 368 pages, but it probably won't be hard to get through, at least to pick out the major flaws. I guess I'll do it, since he did read the books I recommended to him. I'm sure it won't do any good as far as convincing him of anything, but it might be interesting to hear what they think is a legitimate rebuttal to the atheists.
It is nice to see on Amazon that the 5-star reviewers say things about "how influential atheist ideas have become", etc. Yay! I'm glad they think so. ;-)
I'll report back later, it it's worth it. I suddenly remembered who this guy is; I think Hitch debated him. I'll have to check that out.