Theo Hobson in the Guardian:
The resignation of Michael Reiss has left the Royal Society looking cowardly, and the atheist lobby looking more militant than ever. Even some fellow atheists, like Adam Rutherford, are embarrassed by the air of bullying.
The atheist contention, restated on Cif by AC Grayling is that anyone who believes in divine creation is, at root, a creationist, even if he offers liberal rhetoric about the compatibility of science and faith. Is this true? I think not, but believers need to be clearer about the difference between creation-faith and creationism.