4.1. The theory of evolution is a religion
Science is about observable phenomena, while religion is about unobservable phenomena.
God himself can't be observed, neither can the claimed phenomena of the theory of evolution – and its derivative theories – be observed. So, both are religions.
Evolutionists keep on inventing new theories – in the hope to fix problems with existing theories – without ever implementing practical solutions based on these theories. In this way, evolutionists keep themselves occupied. Therefore, they don't have time left to research the way nature works. So, they won't make real discoveries. As a consequence, their theories will never contribute to daily life. Their work is idle.
The theory of evolution is nothing more than an interpretation of the past, that fails to contribute to the future. It only contributes to itself: An even more complex theory.
In contrast with evolutionists, creationists are aware that their religion is not scientific. So, they don't have to spend time on proving the existence of God. They are focused on researching the way nature works – with an open mind – not being hindered by theories that must survive at all cost. Creationists will eventually make new discoveries, and apply them to daily life.
Creationists expect to find logic, order, structure and micro-evolution in nature, while evolutionists expect to find chaos, complexity, micro-evolution and macro-evolution. So, evolutionists are not prepared when creationists find logic, order and structure in nature, like the (Natural Laws of) Intelligence embedded in Grammar that I have discovered.
Moreover, evolutionists are not motivated to investigate logic, order, structure, language and intelligence. Because deep at heart, they fear that one who investigates logic, order, structure, language and intelligence, investigates the work of an intelligent designer.