Two of the more vocal theistic evolutionists let loose on creationists and Answers in Genesis’ Creation Museum. (Read Ken Ham’s blog post about theistic evolutionists and his online debate with Giberson on beliefnet.com!)
They have apparently teamed up with another theistic evolutionist, Francis Collins, to lend their voices to undermining the Bible…
We believe in evolution — and God
By Karl Giberson and Darrel Falk
USA TODAY US Edition, p. 7A.
August 10, 2009
The “conflict” between science and religion in America today is not only unfortunate, but unnecessary. We are scientists, grateful for the freedom to earn Ph.D.s and become members of the scientific community. And we are religious believers, grateful for the freedom to celebrate our religion, without censorship. Like most scientists who believe in God, we find no contradiction between the scientific understanding of the world, and the belief that God created that world. And that includes Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution.
Many of our fellow Americans, however, don’t quite see it this way, and this is where the real conflict seems to rest.