I've recently finished Peter Boghossian's book "A Manual for Creating Atheists". I listened to it on Audiobook, which helped immensely with being able to get through the book with the way my life is going right now between my work levels and trying to be a father and husband at home. I can listen while doing mundane tasks at work and while doing chores/exercise/commuting. If anyone can recommend good intellectual atheist books on Audible I'd be appreciative.
If you've been following my blog, you'll have seen my last post on Faith as "Belief without Evidence" where I engaged Tom Gilson of ThinkingChristian.net and his argument about that not being a valid definition of the word as Christians understand it.
I realize now that my post and approach was a mistake. There's no point in trying to show how the the Christian bible could be read to support Boghossian's definition. You're playing the interpretation game which is going to be subjective and the Christians will almost always have a way to interpret their way out of hairy passages.
Eventually though, as I got through A Manual for Creating Atheists and thinking on the common thread of responses to it from Christian Apologists Tom and Phil Vischer, I realized something rather important.
The Definition of Faith is A Giant Red Herring