To me, this kind of back and forth is more amenable to serious discussion and reflection than quick volleys on a discussion board.
As presented by prestige media outlets, the evolution debate never really advances beyond 1925, the year of the Scopes trial.
The lab got off to a rough start in 2007 when Baylor administrators learned that Robert Marks was doing ID-friendly research on the campus.
When religion comes up in the evolution debate it is almost always an atheist or a theistic evolutionist who raises the subject.
The real question of interest isn’t whether religion can live comfortably with science but whether religion can live comfortably with scientific ideas that are in error, fallacious not as religion but as science.