That's a bias. Usually criticism are the kind that says you're wrong, show me the evidence, give me proof, and so on. But this is a bias that isolates the subject matter in a privileged way so that it bars evidence and frames the debate.
It's a bias, apologist, but not inherent or intrinsic to all theories of evolution. Dimensio never forgets to bait his hook.
Indeed. In Dimensio's case, it appears to be a methodological bias (i.e., "methodological naturalism" or even "metaphysical naturalism"). But the one so biased rarely questions the adequacy or suitability of the method to the given question at hand. It is simply assumed the method is competent; that is, the method is simply taken on faith. Oftentimes it ends up being a filter that, as you say cornelis, "bars evidence and frames the debate."