As MOore goes onto to note, Christians knew Genesis 1 and John 1 and Colossians 1 long before we ever heard of irreducible complexity. OF COURSE most opponents of evolution are Christian.
Did you see the article in today's New York Times exposing how many of the nation's leading Darwinists are atheists, agnostics, or members of left-leaning religious bodies? Did you notice how the Times pointed out that such irreligious worldviews draw suspicion to the scholarship of these thinkers?Of course you didn't. No such article appeared. But the Times did publish an article pointing out how many signers of a recent petition calling for debate over Darwinian naturalism are members of evangelical churches.
(Kenneth Chang, "Few Biologists But Many Evangelicals Sign Anti-Evolution Petition," New York Times, 21 February 2006, D2.)
However, it seems odd that the NY Times failed to make the connection that almost all of the proponents of Darwinism are motivated just as equally by their "religious" thought system. And make no mistake - it is a religion.
Moore writes, "The problem instead is that the Times doesn't explore the equally theological and metaphysical presuppositions of the parties decrying creationism and Intelligent Design. Now that would make for an interesting article, and the beginnings of an honest and perhaps fruitful discussion."