That's evidenced in True Reason, where now two of the four chapters I've read are postured as responses to TGD. Previously, I read William Lane Craig's response and found it to be a quote-mining, dishonest smear. At this point, I'm quite frustrated with the book. I'll say it every time: I don't expect to be re-converted to Christianity, but I at least want to hear some ideas I had not considered – perhaps something that provokes me to critically re-examine some of my key beliefs. Instead, I've found that this book, like most apologist works I've read, simply quote-mines to trigger righteous indignation from its target audience of people who are already Christians, and gets the atheist arguments completely wrong. I really want this book to be more. Much more. Knocking down straw men does not impress me.
The fourth chapter is written by Chuck Edwards, and is another response to The God Delusion. This is a long chapter, so I'm going to have to break it into two parts.
Chapter 4: Richard Dawkins: Long on Rhetoric, Short on Reason