I think mostly about the legacy of division between Darwinists and creationists. I’ve always wondered why people put the “Darwin fish” symbols on the backs of their cars. These, of course, are usurpations of an ancient Christian symbol whose message is that Jesus Christ is God’s son, our savior. Darwin’s name is placed inside the symbol, and feet are put on the fish. Are people mocking faith in Christ? Or is it a statement of faith in what Darwin taught versus faith in what Jesus taught? The answer, I suppose, depends on the individual.
There is a great difference between “The Origin of Species” and the origin of life, between after-the-fact observation vs. “in-the-beginning” revelation. I view Darwin as an intelligent man who drew conclusions about life from what he observed and reasoned, always increasing in suspicion of what scripture records. Later in his life he ceased attending the Church of England and was a self-professed agnostic, but never an atheist.