Seems sort of interesting. I really don't hold a position on evolution and creationism anymore; I kind of stopped caring. I'm sure at some point that I will have to examine if there is any real friction between the two. I guess at this point I would classify myself as a non-committed theistic evolutionist. I have a suspicion that there must be some component of the implications of evolutionary biology that I am missing; that it somehow profoundly undermines the idea that man was especially created in God's image and not an "accident", but I really haven't explored the issues in any depth.