Supporters of Darwin’s theory often seek to portray those who doubt evolution as being moved by strictly religious or political motivations.
When scientists use the word “theory,” they don’t always mean a well-established idea that is supported by a broad range of evidence.
A public school science instructor recently contacted Discovery Institute about an inaccurate article from the National Center for Science Education.
This could make it harder to convince people that Darwinian evolution really does mix comfortably with religious belief.
But other Darwin defenders seem to confirm Dembski’s predicted “zero-concession policy,” refusing to admit when their own camp makes a mistake.