Controversially, "Darwin on the Right," by Michael Sher?mer, and "Let There Be Light" [SA Perspectives], both about reconciling science and religion, drew the lion's share of reader reaction. Although some welcomed a peaceful coexistence, more readers' opinions were closer to that of Michael C. Brower of Andover, Mass.: "To minimize the conflict between science and religion misses the point. If scientific laws are correct, God must be remote and removed. Religious Americans believe in a God who is engaged in human affairs. Science challenges their core belief. It does not help the cause to gloss over that fact."