The core difficulty for some scientists who read Michael Behe’s book is also the key idea at its heart.
It’s telling that one kind of evolution always seems to be missing from these “theories” about the evolutionary origins of religion.
Darwinian fairy tales about prehistoric Neanderthal proclivities and modern psychology are obvious junk science.
The greatest engine of atheism in modern times — Darwin’s theory — is nothing more than a bastardization of the strongest philosophical argument for God’s existence.
A scientific theory that on principle refuses to see the obvious is an achievement of which only humans are capable.