Has anybody else out there read "Spelling God with the Wrong Blocks"
by James Morrow? I recommend it to all. It's a short SF story
which turns the tables on the Creationists in a hysterically funny
way. You'll enjoy it. I found it in Nebula 27.
The premise is that some Harvard sociobiologists wanted to see how
machine intelligence would evolve if left alone without human
intervention. So they build some (thousands, presumably) robots,
and put them on a nearby planet. Some time later, a couple of science
educators go to this planet to discover that these robots worship
Darwin, quoting "Origin of Species" and "Descent of Man" as if they
were gospel, and refuse to believe that they were produced by special
The idea makes great reading. It'll take you only 15 minutes, and it
shows you how stupid today's scientists would look if we argued for
evolution the way the Creationists argue for special creation. Enjoy.