In the border war between science and faith, the doctrine of "intelligent design" is a sly subterfuge - a marzipan confection of an idea presented in the shape of something more substantial.
Until recently, however, those scientists most qualified to defend evolutionary biology were strangely reluctant to confront these dissenters publicly. Now, in three quite different books - a collection of essays, a biography of Charles Darwin's intellectual life and a debunker's guide to the debate - some of the nation's most distinguished thinkers step forward as expert witnesses to challenge the ruse of intelligent design directly....
Protestant, I believe you did. When you see a phrase like "... disingenuous masquerade as a form of legitimate scientific inquiry" used in the opening paragraph, you just have to believe that the phrase didn't just happen and that there may have been a biased (quasi intelligent) designer involved in the creation of it.
The evolutionists need to be sent to their own planet so they can see if what they believe about evolution is true. Evolution, along with abortion and homosexuality, should be prohibited in classrooms and public society.