dialogue between molecular biologist and theist Denis Alexander and biologist and atheist P.Z. Myers makes for very good listening.
I'm with Alexander when he says: "My own experience within the scientific community is that [militant atheists are] quite a rare breed. I'll be honest here. I think a lot of my secular, atheist, scientific colleagues think that some of the new atheists are just a bit odd. I mean, why would you bother to go to all that effort to be so very vigorous in trying to convert other people to atheism."
The dialogue is on: "Is the Christian faith at odds with science?" Myers says yes, Alexander says no. Myers says the two are "contradictory," and also that they are "in conflict." As I listened to Myers I felt that the distinction between "contradictory" ideas and ideas "in conflict" was not explained. Myers, in my mind, never explains the nature of "contradiction" which I would say must be explained, in this kind of dialogue, in logical terms.
For some more very good dialogues see the "Unbelievable" website.