Alister McGrath takes Daniel Dennett (he of the "religion can be explained by evolution" program) down a bit here
(HT to Stuart Buck)
My favorite line: "This book, in my view, makes a critique of religion dependent on a hypothetical, unobserved entity, which can be dispensed with in order to make sense of what we observe. Isn’t that actually a core atheist critique of God – an unobserved hypothesis which can be
dispensed with easily?"