In Stand up, stand up, against Jesus, Russell Blackford and Udo Schuklenk state the following:
Surely the claims of religion — of all religions — merit scrutiny from every angle, whether historical, philosophical, scientific, or any other.
It's WONDERFUL to see atheists admitting this, now if you will just do it! We invite you to do so.
However, the authors then go on to state:
As atheists, we should state clearly that no religion has any rational warrant, ...
Are we now to assume that they have done what they previously suggested? I doubt it. Like others, they seem quick to declare one thing, but then render an unsubstantiated assertion. Wouldn't it be great if they actually did what they declared, for think of the many former atheists who did just that ... and set out to try to prove biblical Christianity false but were converted in the process!
Sure, anyone can find fallacies among the ignorant, or uninformed, or those blinded by their sin & persuasions, etc., but it's something altogether different when one examines the rationality of biblical Christianity.