Anthony Sacramone reviews Vox Day's The Irrational Atheist at the First Things Blog and, for the most part, likes what he reads:
Nevertheless, whether you embrace Day's theology or toss it, there is no avoiding the cumulative force of the author's counterassaults or the sting of his wit when it comes to the true focus of the book-atheism's continuing love affair with nonsense. In short, The Irrational Atheist is a blast and will no doubt occasion many a late-night debate. And don't forget to thank your village atheist when you get the chance. Like heretics before them, atheists are inspiring a steady flow of truly inspired Christian polemic, which may prove to win the world for Christ in ways that must send shivers down the collective spine of that most "Unholy Trinity."