As I understand it, the consensus idea of evolution has for at least a century been that humans and apes are descended from a common ancestor. I don’t see how this discovery changes that in the least.
The more educated one is, especially in science, the less likely they are to be a Creationist.
It is obvious that Creationist sources know this and thus play to their audience.
Then why are the Temple of Darwin scientists saying that this “research brings into question the belief that our most distant ancestors descended from apes”?