I once perused Richard Dawkins's The God Delusion, and I've long wanted to post about my impressions that he is, at best, a very shallow thinker when it comes to religion, and that those who buy into his arguments aren't thinking any deeper than he is.
Gregory L. Smith provides us with two recent posts (here and here) that sum up much of what I would have said, that is, had I the time and resources and intellect to do it. They're both worth reading.
Today the pendulum swings, perhaps, in the direction of the New Atheists and their disciples, tomorrow it swings away from them.
But God's existence or nonexistence has never depended on our opinions into the matter. It is not His existence that is on trial, it is ourselves.