Is there anything like a satire or serious response to Alvin Plantinga's Warranted Christian Belief for Naturalism / atheism / agnosticism..... something along the flavor of the title?
Here are a few, taken from Alvin Plantinga's "Warranted Christian Belief":
How can you believe in something that's supposedly infinite, all-powerful, etc etc etc which a finite being like you obviously can't even understand? (p. 35)
What evidence could be available to support your supernaturalist belief? (p. 37, footnote)
The problem of evil is so problematic, there's no way we could know anything about God in the presence of such contradicting thoughts. (p. 63)
By what basis can you claim that any belief is properly basic? Is "some beliefs are properly basic" a properly basic belief? Where will the causal chain end?
That's not really a good belief: you're mistaken. Or you're deluded. Or you're foolish. Or you just aren't skeptical enough. (p. 96)
Some Christian doctrines (like the incarnation and the trinity) are illogical. You are merely suspending disbelief in impossibilities. (p. 102)
You aren't enlightened enough: Christian belief is the basis of oppression and slavery, as Nietzsche taught us. (p. 117)
Freud was right: the point of religion is to form nasty little man-worshiping cults. That's where you are right now. (p. 118)
Marx was right: religion is a perversion of true things about the world. You are wrecking the world with religion. (p. 121)
Rousseau was right: religion isn't about virtue, it's about fear and hedonism. (p. 122)