I think the middle ground is grossly overlooked by some one both ends of the spectrum.
Creationistis on one hand believe we were created as we are by a divine being sitting on a throne in a kingdom called Heaven.
Strict Evolutionists believe we evolved from single-cell organisms and some believe God had nothing to do with it as there is no "God".
I have to contend that there is a perfectly reasonable concept that often gets ignored in all of the rhetoric and that is "the evolution of God".
I think this concept is far more acceptable on the Evoltion side than the Creationist side and the Creationist side tends to ignore sciecne for what it is. Why can science not be the "Mathematics of God"?
That's how I look at it anyway. Science to me is nothing more than decoding God if that is how you want to look at it. But to do that you have to accept certain realities for what they are.
"Finally, anyone who uses the terms, irregardless, a whole nother, or all of the sudden shall be sentenced to a work camp."