I cannot think of any major person affiliated with the ID movement who has opposed teaching evolution as a scientific theory.
I’m a fan of much of McGrath’s writings, but when it comes to ID, there are problems.
I try to focus on what I know: in this case, science. I recommend the same approach to theistic evolutionists.
When my copy of Alister and Joanna Collicut McGrath’s The Dawkins Delusion: Atheist Fundamentalism and the Denial of the Divine recently arrived, I was struck by its short length. I immediately wondered if it was short because Richard Dawkins himself provided scant substance in his The God Delusion to which to respond. According to the McGraths, my suspicions were correct: It is, in fact, actually rather difficult to write a response to this book [The God Delusion]–but not because it is well-argued or because it marshals such overwhelming evidence in its favor. The book is often little more than an aggregation of convenient factoids suitably overstated to achieve maximum impact and loosely arranged to suggest that they constitute an argument. Read More ›