This is the book I'm currently reading - "finding Darwin's god". It was written by Kenneth Miller, a biologist and devout Catholic. I have read through the first two chapters, no BS so far. Bought the book out of curiosity after listening to Richard Dawkins' citation of the book in one of his talks (I guess that was in the militant atheism Ted talk). In Miller's words, evolution is both history and a mechanism. By being history, it's a fact and by being a mechanism it's also a theory. I may give another review when I finish the book.
This man is trying to remold religion to protect it from scientific scrutiny and thus its demise.
He wants to have his cake and eat it. This is more about his desperate attempt to cling on to his faith by trying to reconcile two irreconcilable worlds.
Catholicism and evolution are oil and water.
"The new strategy is to teach intelligent design without calling it intelligent design." Kenneth Raymond Miller