For some reason or another, the originator of this thread decided to include Karl Keating. I don’t know why, because, to be honest, Karl Keating is not on the radar of atheists for the same reason that Jimmy Akin isn’t: He mainly focuses on Protestant attacks, not secular ones. Peter Kreeft, however, is known to atheists, especially for his *Handbook of Christian Apologetics.
*The Secular Web has a list of Christian apologists along with some possible rebuttals to their writings here.
Karl Keating would most likely be on this list if he were on the atheist radar.
It is also important not to take one atheist’s words, in this case regarding Paul, and then think that all atheists must think this way and then lump them all together as idiots or morons. Yes, there are some idiotic and ignorant posters on the Secular Web, but one can and should distinguish between them and the more knowledgeable posters.
Finally, Auguste Rodin’s famous sculpture The Thinker is not a permanent image on the Secular web arrogantly signifying that all atheists are extremely deep thinkers and smarter than the non-thinking theists. The web site is merely using the image as a link for an article written by Richard Carrier regarding the recent conversion to theism of the well-known philosopher and now former atheist Anthony Flew.