Which statements exemplify the hostility sometimes found from non-theist evolutionists toward religion?

As the common evolutionary perspective regarding the origin of organisms eliminates the act of creation or the intervention of a supreme power in the process, it is not uncommon to find  hostility between non- theistic evolutionists and religion.

For example, Richard Dawkins, in his book the God Delusion, stated:

“As a scientist, I am hostile to fundamentalist religion because it actively debauches the scientific enterprise. It teaches us not to change our minds, and not to want to know exciting things that are available to be known. It subverts science and saps the intellect.”

Others take a different approach, but still show their positions, such as:

Bill Nye’s statement:

“Science is the key to our future, and if you don’t believe in science, then you’re holding everybody back. And it’s fine if you as an adult want to run around pretending or claiming that you don’t believe in evolution, but if we educate a generation of people who don’t believe in science, that’s a recipe for disaster. ...The main idea in all of biology is evolution. To not teach it to our young people is wrong.” 

Even Sir Huxley, in his piece, Education and Humanism, where he went so far as to say: “Evolution... is the most powerful and the most comprehensive idea that has ever arisen on Earth.”