One of the best bits for me however is reading the various quotes from people who have (due to increased age) been able to read around various thoughts and thinking on science/religion issues more than myself as they often provide good access points into the wider literature on the subject.
The latest edition (despite its cover being an amusing day-glo safety first colour) has a particularly good quote:
" It is one of the ironies of history that Christiandom which by its own Scriptures was committed to belief in an ever-working God (e.g. John 5:17) in a progressive revelation still incomplete (John 16:13), in suffering as the characteristic of the creature (Rom. 8:18-23) and the means to perfection (Heb. 2:10), and in fuller life as the divine purpose (John 10:10) should have so signally failed to maintain this belief when faced with the challenge of Darwinism.Raven, C.E. Christianity and Science, London: Lutterworth Press (1951), p.31"