Atheism's Lessons for Christians

What bothers a Christian about Nietzsche, or Freud, or Marx? Is it that they make critiques of Christianity? Or is it that those critiques are so often deadly accurate? An example: Watching some evangelical television programs has caused me to recall Marx’ line about religion as the opiate of the masses. Anyway, I stumbled onto this rather interesting looking book called Suspicion and Faith: Religious Uses of Modern Atheism. I suppose I’ll have to actually read it before I give you the review, but Amazon’s description looks promising: “This work argues that the appropriate religious response to suspicion of its beliefs is not to try to refute or deflect them, but rather to acknowledge their force in a process of self-examination.”