"Should be removed."
I disagree strongly. It should be at the top of every page as a motto.
"Just a non-believer stating the clearly obvious."
That is how this quote struck me at first. Without context, it could be read either way.
The most I could find
"Overall, The God Who Wasn’t There is entertaining and it gets points for being gutsy and inventive but the truth is: none of this matters.
You can argue all these 'facts' until you’re blue in the face but there is one truth about religion that Flemming seems to overlook: the facts don’t matter. When it comes to faith, it’s all about faith. Christians don’t believe in the power of Jesus because they read a fact-filled book about him, they believe in the power of Jesus because they feel it. That’s conviction, bub."