Young Earth Creationist and biologist, Todd Wood, gives a mostly positive review of Jason Rosenhouse's book, Among the Creationists: Dispatches from the Anti-Evolutionist Front Line.
I thought I should add a passage from Wood's review:
"... I also detect hints of a humanitarian decency about him [Rosenhouse]. Early in the book, he confesses that interacting with creationists changed his outlook. “They are no longer defined by a few odd beliefs you have heard that they hold. They become actual people, with depth and personality and reasons for the things they believe” (p. 15)."
I think this passage reveals the chief problem with internet exchanges: We lack the normal interaction one has with people of different persuasions. We do not see their faces. We do not hear their voices. We are left only with what they write. So we see and read the part of them that is the most difficult to accept. And we react in negative or hostile ways that we would never use if we were talking with them in person.