Asked and Answered

"While grossly misrepresenting Christian history, he presents tired old arguments that would not trouble any first-year seminarian. Despite his presenting them as blockbuster discoveries, nothing he says is ground-breaking in any sense. His arguments have been around for centuries and Christians have long had scholarly explanations for them."

This should be the standard answer to all the shallow-minded critics who think they know better than the wisest theologians.

If you run across some critic whose arguments are deeper than "Can God make a rock bigger than God can lift? Hah! Gotcha!" then you might actually be able to lead them to think theologically.