McGrath simply refuses to understand Dawkins, because he has its own religious agenda. Keeps repeating erroneous arguments like atheism is a belief/an ideology, allowing for him to call atheists dogmatists. He comes up with zero new arguments, and does not present counter-arguments for Richard Dawkins' arguments. This book is not a sufficient answer for the offended religious who actually read TGD, but only for those religious that heard of TGD and were offended a priori. Being ignorant about the actual content of TGD, they might have the feeling McGrath defended the world-view sufficiently, but I think he did a bad job.
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