Do you consider a quote from one evolutionist, who was in no way involved in the development of the theory, to be definitive proof of the validity of conclusions drawn about the theory and the motives of it's authors? The quote from the evolutionist is no better than the evidence upon which it is based, and that evidence is not there.
I understand I am arguing with someone's qualitative opinion. What is it in the article you disagree with, and on what basis do you disagree with it? You've implied that I have no basis to disagree with anything he's said unless I possess at least equal credentials in biology and theology.
Actually I mean the inverse of what you said. I am not addressing Well's comment - I am addressing the Evo retorts. If one person in the Evolution field is anti-religion, one can not logically or validly say "Evolution is not anti-religion". You do understand this is a matter of opinion on both sides?
That is the only point I am making.
If you quantify the Evo retort your might have a valid statement.