Rabbi Gellman hits eleven on the clueless or disingenuous scale
Rabbi Gellman can't be that clueless, so I'm going with extraordinarily disingenuous.
I can humbly ask whether my atheist brothers and sisters really believe that their lives are better, richer and more hopeful by clinging to Camus's existential despair: “The purpose of life is that it ends." I can agree to make peace with atheists whom I believe ask too little of life here on planet earth if they will agree to make peace with me and with other religious folk who perhaps have asked too much.
Via Brad DeLong (who [entirely unrelatedly] has trouble reading Lolita here).