From Michael Ruse’s review of The God Delusion in Isis:
More seriously, Dawkins is entirely ignorant of the fact that no believer – with the possible exception of some English clerics in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries – has ever thought that arguments are the best support for belief.
From Terry Eagleton’s review of The God Delusion in the London Review of Books:
Dawkins considers that all faith is blind faith, and that Christian and Muslim children are brought up to believe unquestioningly. Not even the dim-witted clerics who knocked me about at grammar school thought that. For mainstream Christianity, reason, argument and honest doubt have always played an integral role in belief.