Aw, geeze, yet another article in the Christian press* with a fingers-in-the-ears denounciation of evolution. Let me skip the surrounding rhetoric and focus on one of the points:
The article wants us to see through the deception of the theory of evolution in part because scientists explaining evolution, and the textbooks that they produce, do not present any evidence against evolution. (When teaching physics, should the professer spend time saying, well, the laws of thermodynamics might not exist after all? Should the chemistry teacher propose that the periodic table may work, or be a work of whimsy? Should algebra class begin with a caveat that numbers are just all made up anyhow, so put them down any way you want? There just isn't any "evidence against".) The author cites evolution's failure to explain flight, or eyes, and the lack of acknowledgement of this failure as evidence that scientists are hiding something, or are just believing what they want to believe.
Yet the idea that there is some kind of failure here is an utter myth. Far from being two glaring holes in explaining how creatures adapt to their environments, evolution explains both flight and eyes rather well, and can indeed cite the existence of intermediate forms and show the utility of those forms.
I could go on for pages and pages and present that to you (and I will if there are any calls for it), but I just wanted to express my dismay at the misinformation distributed by this powerful lobby to a gullible public.
It's too ironic that a group clearly believing just what it wants to believe should so stridently clamor against that very fallacy.
*the article is here There's a lot of other stuff in it, but I really have to get back to work here...