People who know Darwinian evolution is biologically and genetically impossible call it a myth. It is actually a hoax.
Embolden by the scientific advancements made during the Age of Enlightenment, a small group of intellectuals led by Thomas Huxley supposedly looking for an alternative to religious irrational decided to use evolution as a surrogate antidote until real scientists were going to find the actual explanation for the origin of life. Indeed, from the beginning, the few supporters an otherwise very confused Darwin had in his corner were well aware there was no evidence in nature for gradualism.
One hundred and sixty years later nothing has changed in that regard. In fact, the advancements made in biology, genetics and theoretical physics make it clear Darwin's gradualism has no basis in what we know about the natural world and the nature of reality. Despite that today's evolutionists continue to promote evolution as fact and it is difficult to believe they are unaware of the many problems with this theory.
That leaves one with no other choice but to conclude most of them are willing participants in an orchestrated act of deception. As a matter of principle, if their agenda is to put an end to the malefic influence religious belief has on our civilization that would be a worthy cause. As revealed in the book, though, there is a more insidious purpose to the evolution hoax, and replacing a big lie with another big lie they labeled science is not beneficial to our civilization.
Much to a honest unbiased observer's surprise while deists creationists with a degree in science, not always the same with church creationists, have made it more than clear the theory of evolution is a fallacy, in recent years the Catholic Church, other Christian churches, some Judaic and Islamic leaders too have officially endorsed evolution and they practically hold hands with the evolutionists on account that god created the world the way Darwin said it happened.
On that note, few among the large public are aware that, as revealed in A Time of Change, creationists and evolutionists were both very happy when at the end of the 2005 trial in Dover, Pennsylvania the judged banned discussing intelligent design in public schools. How so? As it turns out, what intelligent design stands actually for represents a threat to both the creationist and the evolutionist dogma.
This is not the first time religious institutions would forge an alliance of convenience with the scientific community by endorsing the official theory of the day. The church found the steady state theory promoted as indisputable fact by scientists in the first half of the 20th century to be no danger to its doctrine of creation, so it subscribed to it. Then the scientific community figured out nothing was steady in the universe, it abandoned the steady state theory, embraced the Big Bang theory now as indisputable fact and so did the church. Indeed, during the November 22, 1951 Pontifical Academy of Sciences meeting, pope Pius XII announced the Big Bang theory did not conflict with the Catholic Church's view on creation.
The explanation for the current alliance between church creationists and evolutionists is that promoting biblical creationism and Darwinian evolutionism as fact serves the same purpose. The fake unison is meant to keep the people of the planet unaware of their true origin and true potential. Constantly feeding the global community false information in this matter too ensures the preservation of the status quo, something church creationists like Joel Osteen, net worth $40-60 millions, or Pat Robertson, net worth between $200 millions and $1 billion, and evolutionists like Richard Dawkins, net worth $135 millions, gladly profit from.