Great review Robert Kellemen,
Indeed you capture the essence of reactions some people will indeed have on this issue.
In order to compliment Collins book, those who are more interested in studies on the perspectives of science and/or religion can look at some research on the origins of the concepts of "science" and "religion", there is an excellent text called The Territories of Science and Religion that deals with the origins of the concepts an even has some powerful graphs (based on the usage of these terms in writings through time) showing the invention of both "science" in the 19th century and "religion" in the 17th century which is why even discussions of "science and religion" popping up in the 19th century, never before. Looking at at the literature frequency through time of such terms verifies that we are dealing with concepts that did not exist in the ancient or the medieval world.
Also, studies have been done on scientists (see Science vs. Religion: What Scientists Really Think and general public perceptions of science from all over the world The Culture of Science: How the Public Relates to Science Across the Globe (Routledge Studies in Science, Technology and Society).
Just to add to the reading, there is some good research out there indicating that out of Nobel laureates from 1901 - 2000 (see 100 Years of Nobel Prizes): In Chemistry 72.5% were Christian, 17.3% were Jewish; in Medicine 62.6% were Christian, 26.2% were Jewish; in Physics 65.3% were Christian, 25.9% were Jewish. Another interesting resource is a research paper that discovered that 60% of Nobel laureates in Physics from 1901 to 1990 were Christian (Zhang, Weijia and Fuller, Robert, "Nobel prize winners in physics from 1901 to 1990: Simple statistics for physics teachers" (1998). Robert G. Fuller Publications and Presentations. Paper 23. University of Nebraska-Lincoln).
Also historical trends are discussed by many top notch historians of science in
Science and Religion: A Historical Introduction.
The Beginnings of Western Science: The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450
1001 Inventions: The Enduring Legacy of Muslim Civilization
The Creationists: From Scientific Creationism to Intelligent Design, Expanded Edition (offers more current history on current topics in a balanced fashion)