Vic Stenger will have a new book out soon, called The New Atheism: Taking a Stand for Science and Reason. (He’s retired, so he’s allowed to crank them out.)
One of the things I was not too successful in having Stenger change during the course of writing was a few passages where he relied heavily on Karen Armstrong. As far as I’m concerned, Armstrong produces drivel, full stop. You certainly can’t rely on her for history.
Hence it gave me great pleasure to read John Crace’s rubbishing of The Case for God in The Guardian today. It’s laugh-out-loud funny, and it really is a good summary of the sort of things Armstrong says in her other books as well.