I don't think I did. If you go back and check the post this concerns I said "Catholics are more into visions (of a very Renaissance flavour)" in the context of explaining how popular ideas further propogate. I didn't say Catholics were 'characterised by' visions as a whole or otherwise. People can see for themselves here: http://tinyurl.com/859shla
"Dawkins' book is a take on religion as a whole. Those who do know about the subject, including atheists, are united in their disdain for his lack of knowledge and research, even on matters of plain fact."
No, there is no united opinion. There are those on both sides who support and reject TGD, some would call themselves atheists, some theists, some merely employ the courtiers fallacy in the absence of dealing with the arguments. It all amounts to kettle logic when presented by an individual. If there is problems with facts, and there are, those facts have to be dealt with on their individual merits.
"Jeremy COyne: would be interested to get the reference to that take on Plantinga."
This was the latest post concerning Plantinga: http://whyevolutionistrue.wordpress.com/2
"Not very impressed with Evolutionistrue site, since I was banned from it after answering a question on what is the evidence for God."