A rabbi has the column featured in this article, but his rhetoric is the same as that of Xtians. He has an answer for everything, but the answers are logical fallacies in the guise of logic.
Take this question and answer:
Q: I recently came upon a quotation attributed to Khalil Gibran. It is true for anyone of faith. "Faith is a knowledge of the heart beyond the reach of proof." It is in line with your recent column titled "Reconciling one's faith with scientific facts." – R from Jupiter, Fla.
A: Khalil Gibran was a Lebanese author know best for his book “The Prophet." I agree that faith is beyond scientific proof. Faith is trust and science is knowledge. However, there is proof for faith. Our world is ordered by laws and that ordering requires an orderer. This is one of my favorite Gibran quotes: “You pray in your distress and in your need; would that you might pray also in the fullness of your joy and in your days of abundance.”
The laws/order of the world were not determined by an "orderer" and that they laws/order exist do not prove the existence of a creator.
The "question" isn't even an actual question, rather, an assertion. The answer, that order requires an orderer....another assumption that "orderers" must be sentient entities. You might at well call physics and chemistry twin gods and start praying to them.
Another lapse of logic (in the answer A; nowhere near logic) from the same column:
Q: My take is that God is a man-made invention, and as such everyone is free to create their own personal god and dogma to match. Let me know what you think. I am betting that I am right. – From D
A: And I am betting my life that you are wrong, dear D. If you are right, then Hitler’s theology is just as valid as Martin Luther King Jr’s, and that cannot be true.