I like Victor Reppert. I think he's intelligent, that he's made great contributions to the philosophical debate, and he's helped boost awareness of CS Lewis' philosophical side in important ways, particularly the argument from reason. Beyond that, he is the single most gracious and civil blogger I've run into in all my years. I have not seem him lose his temper, even with me, and you know I've asked for it at times.
If he has one flaw, it's this: he is too gracious to know when his time is being wasted.
Watching him argue with the two regular atheists who haunt his blog - a sad old plagiarist, and a complete science-ignorant nitwit - is actually depressing. It's like finding out that John Searle spends a good chunk of his time arguing philosophy with an angry, toothless hobo who thinks intentionality is a boardgame. I mean, spending his time arguing with that middling hack in a cowboy hat was bad enough, but those two?
C'mon. Eventually it's time to say, 'This is simply a waste of time.', ban, and move on.