Here are my favorite phrases from reviews of "Another Word For Map is Faith." The issue of F&SF the story appears in is no longer on the stands, but if you're of a mind, you can still order a copy online at Clarkesworld Books.
"Rowe's look at religion and science is not only timely, but...points out how difficult it is to relate a fundamentalist approach to the realities of scientific observation."
—Steven H Silver, Tangent Online
"...truly captured my imagination...both amusingly absurd and disquietingly plausible."
—Nic Clarke, Emerald City
"...the inner voice of disbelief keeps whispering to the reader: this just doesn't make sense."
—Lois Tilton, Internet Review of Science Fiction (free registration required)
"...a timeless examination of orthodoxy and conformance."
—Rich Horton, Locus (August issue, review not online)
"...Rowe does not make me believe this world for a minute. It may just be me, but his stories do not impress me the way they apparently do others."
—Sam Tomaino, SFRevu
"This is a perfect allegory on religious inflexibility and Creationist dogma, and Rowe delivers it with style and grim aplomb."
—Nick Gevers, Locus (July issue, review not online)
"...characters that I cared nothing about and a situation that I actually found repulsive."
—David Roy, epinions.com
I tried to take a picture of myself looking all grim and aplombous, but could only manage amusingly absurd. (My original idea was to Photoshop the bad guy half of a drawing of Harvey "Two-Face" Dent over the goofy half of my face to provide exciting visual shorthand for the, shall we say, generously broad range of opinion this story elicited. But then I remembered I don't know how to use Photoshop that well. Scalzi? Help a guy out?)
Special Bonus Intentional Fallacy Post-script: I actually don't think of this story as being "about" science versus religion at all, but I'm clearly in the minority.