Yes. I've heard it on The Unbelievable Podcast. The host is a pretty welcoming guy to viewpoints that are even Christian heresies but Sye hasn't been asked back. I think his point when unpacked, actually makes some sense but one needs to take the time in a dialog to demonstrate folly rather than simply stating it upfront. Even Jesus took the time to make his opponents see themselves in His Parables to demonstrate the folly of their thinking rather than just saying, upfront, that He wasn't going to waste His time talking to them. Most of the hard-core atheists are just professional skeptics who want to be skeptical of everything and will abuse the Scriptures or even claim a morality for themselves that makes no sense. It takes some work to get them to see it and you can't just cut them down if your goal is hopeful for them.