Denis Lamoureux unwittingly encourages Christians to embrace not a meaningful dialogue between faith and science but a self-imposed intellectual captivity.
There are innumerable descriptions and definitions of theistic evolution. How things are phrased matters a lot.
Scientism’s grand progress narrative holds that as we learn more and more about the world, purely natural or material explanations inevitably will arise and grow stronger.
By all means, if they’re discovering new common ground with ID, warmly welcome these good people and thoughtful scientists aboard.
Their official topic was “Are Evolution and Christianity Compatible?” but the real question addressed by Meyer is whether evolution and science are compatible.