Extracto da habitual coluna "What's New" de fim de semana do físico norte-americano Robert Park:
"On Wednesday in the NY Times an op-ed by Nicholas Kristof remarked on a new crop of books dealing with the war between science and religion. He describes this latest crop as "less combative and more thoughtful" than those by Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, Sam Harris and the like. He hopes this "marks an armistice in the religious wars." I hope not. Kristof is particularly taken by Robert Wright's "The Evolution of God." I like it too. Wright is smart, and a really good writer, but he needs to be more like Dawkins, Hichens and Harris. In his latest book he explores how religion has gotten "better" over time. People are no longer burned at the stake in the name of religion. No, now they are now blown to pieces with improvised explosive devices or flown into the side of public buildings. Different religion -- same God."