In this review the book is called “Karen Armstrong’s rebuttal to the new atheists”:
Taken together, well over a million and a half copies of [atheist] books were printed and purchased in the past five years. Why did they strike such a chord in American readers?
Stepping into the debate and answering this question is Karen Armstrong. A former Catholic nun as well as a former skeptic (“for many year I myself wanted nothing whatsoever to do with religion”), Armstrong enters this conversation with twenty years of religious study to her credit. She is an expert on world religions, the author of bestselling and respected works on Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, and even A History of God. So we can take Armstrong’s title, The Case for God, very seriously and hear it as a profound rebuttal to the new atheists of the moment.
On Amazon: The Case for God
Another review: All quiet on the God front