|a christian reviews "a history of disbelief"|
Brian Scholtens, a C of C biology professor who also happens to be a Christian, wrote a review of the TV show "A Brief History of Disbelief" that was published in a recent issue of the Post and Courier. Just as the show tried to be fair and balanced (a difficult task for anyone), Scholtens also tries to be fair to the show even though he does not share its atheistic viewpoint. IMHO, both achieve admirably.
Scholtens' biggest complaint is that the TV show (like many people) views science and religion as being two sides of an exclusive choice: you get one or the other. Scholtens argues that it is not a simple dichotomy, pointing out that many of the famous historical scientists the show cites were themselves religious.
So, I'm going to try to be more careful in the future myself. There certainly seem to be some points of disagreement between science and religion, but as people like Scholtens demonstrate, it is possible to believe in both simultaneously.
Here is a link to the whole article in the P&C.