What I find most interesting about the evolution vs creation 'debate' is how the argument always comes down to faith vs proof. At one point, every creationist has to just fall back on "it's just what I believe." It usually comes in the form of "you can see design all around you so there must be a god," and the like. But, this is really faith. Too many Christians (every single one I've ever met, including myself before I woke up) confuse themselves with notions of proof of their creator's existence. As every one of their arguments for the logical existence of a creator are knocked down handily, it necessarily becomes a matter of faith.
I question anyone who calls themselves a Christian or claims to have faith. I challenge their faith. The reason I make this bold statement is because true faith should exist in spite of the existence or absence of proof. That's it's power, and it's danger.
No true believer should care if there's proof or not. A true person of faith, faced with absolute proof of the existence of god should shrug and state, "so what? I don't need proof, I have faith."
So, any believer with a political agenda or psuedo-scientific ramblings, claiming to have proven god's existence, I say is not a true believer. I say, anyone concerned with proving the existence of their creator, gun to their head, would say anything.
If you claim to be a person of faith and care at all about science, proof or logical discourse regarding that faith, you're not really a believer. You're just confused, or lying.