Apologists Aren't Happy With the Internet. Reviewing Mittelberg's "Confident Faith" Part 11

I'm reviewing Mark Mittelberg's book Confident Faith. [See the "Mark Mittelberg" tag below for others]. I'm doing this online for all to see. I like it. Christian apologists don't.

William Lane Craig picks a question of the week to answer on his Reasonable Faith website. On October 21, 2013 he wrote an answer to a Christian who was in the throes of doubt due to the writings of David G. McAfee. He or she wrote:
I want to believe in God, but I'm having trouble with my faith. I've always been a Christian, but since I started talking to my atheist friends, I find it hard to believe in God. When I think about it, it doesn't make much sense to me to believe in a creator of the universe. It makes even less sense for me to believe in a God who intervenes in our lives. Please, I want to believe in God, any suggestions?
This scenario is happening everywhere, something apologist Josh McDowell has warned about, saying "Atheists and skeptics now have equal access to our children as we have, which is why the number of Christian youth who believe in the fundamentals of Christianity is decreasing and sexual immorality is growing." And the reason for this he says, is "the internet." LINK. See what equal access does? It levels the playing field. If the truth is on the Christian side this shouldn't be a problem. Christian apologists should welcome it. But they don't.

In Craig's answer to this seeker he speaks of re-committing one's life to God, reading his recommended books and attending apologetics conferences and classes. But Craig also warned against the "self-destructive behavior" of the seeker:
In your case I strongly suspect that, despite your having been a Christian for most of your life, you have not properly equipped yourself before reading and watching anti-Christian material...What would prompt you to feed on the garbage you’re reading and watching, thereby polluting your mind?...Certainly, someone does need to read and interact with secular material, but that person is not (yet) you. You first need to prepare yourself...Quit reading and watching the infidel material you’ve been absorbing. Confess your recklessness and irresponsibility to God. Notice: I’m not saying, quit asking questions. I’m saying, quit going to the wrong people for answers. Q# 304: Garbage in Garbage Out.
He tells an honest seeker that he's an expert and that anyone who disagrees with his arguments is polluting minds with garbage. One thing is sure. Craig does not like a free flowing discussion of the ideas that separate us. He tells this seeker he or she is "going to the wrong people." He would prefer going back in time to the good ole days when he had it easy, before the internet would connect seekers to McAfee's writings.

I suppose Mark Mittelberg isn't too happy I can write a lengthy online review of his book "Confident Christianity" either. In previous times such a review might not get published where the average person could read it. Now people can do a search for Mark Mittelberg's book, and BOOM they come here to me! I just did a search for it, and my posts showed up first after his videos. And I'm not done yet!