John Schellenberg has written a thorough review of Michael Martin's (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Atheism for Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews. There are several choice lines in the review, but I found the following rather entertaining.
"But he [Bill Craig] is also somewhat misleading and uncharitable at points, as when he dismisses the hiddenness argument for atheism as ignoring that what God wants is a love relationship, not just belief that he exists (71) -- in the process himself ignoring that the argument he rejects is grounded in points about love relationships, which certainly involve more than belief in the existence of the other, but just as certainly cannot get along without it."Of course Schellenberg is perhaps best known for his work on the argument from divine hiddenness.