Michael Horton has written an excellent piece on on the more militant atheists who seem ever present in the media and upon the bookshelves. Please take time to read this lucid, logical article.
I particularly liked this penultimate paragraph:
Of course, none of us is neutral. We all come to the evidence with big
assumptions about reality. The Holy Spirit alone can bring conversion,
but he does so through his Word. And he also uses supporting arguments
and evidence that reveal too many devastating anomalies—indeed
contradictions—that our reigning worldview can’t accommodate. One thing
is for certain: to say that miracles do not happen because they cannot
happen is as vicious a circle as any argument can be. In fact, it’s not
an argument at all, but mere assertion. Isaac Asimov said,
“Emotionally, I am an atheist. I don’t have the evidence to prove that
God doesn’t exist, but I so strongly suspect that he doesn’t that I
don’t want to waste my time.” Insert “believer” and change “doesn’t
exist” to “does exist” and there is nothing expressed here that the
Dawkinses of the world wouldn’t leap upon as evidence of blind faith.