I agree with Eric:
>Evolution, despite its missing pieces and other faults, is science.
>Creationism of all forms, including ID, is not science.
It is just as true that evolution is not theology. But Dawkins
pretends that it is.
> Can't we leave it at that?
Unfortunately, zealots from both directions refuse to leave it at
Dawkins, Wolpert, S Weinberg, and their ilk of militant atheists
keep aggressively pushing the ludicrous claim that (neo)Darwinism supplants
religion - containing just enough theology to abolish theology.
Phil Johnson, Wm Dembski etc keep trying to insert ID into schools
under the false label science. (I infer this latter manoeuvre is in
reaction to the ludicrous deceit by atheists that the USA constitutional
ban on any religion becoming *established* entails a ban on prayer, or any
theology, in schools.)
>I understand that many scientists believe in ID, but that does not
>make it science.