You can find my review of Sam Harris' Letter to a Christian Nation here.
I was actually kind of disappointed by this book, and I'm gonna try and read something from the other side now. I consider myself agnostic and have always been pretty critical of organized religion, but for some reason, Harris' book didn't really fuel those feelings in me; it kind of pushed me in the other direction. I think it will be easier to think about once I hear from the opposing side. The most important thing that it made me realize is just how pointless this whole battle is. He says that interfaith approaches don't work because by the very principles of religion a devout believer of one religion is going to think that every other religion is incorrect. But this is the exact same way the war between atheists and religious right is, and the battle between evolution and creationism. For one to be right, the other must be wrong. There's no middle ground, so I think the real issue should be, how can we even begin to talk about this in a civilized way? I'm starting to wonder if we can at all. What do you think?