I appreciate Sean McDowell's comments in Can a Christian Be a Darwinist? I can say as a Christian and a scientist (for almost 30 years), "that the evidence for 'evolution' " is not overwhelming. In fact I believe that testing evolution (the macro type), in the laboratory, actually falsifies it- proves it not to be a fact . Jerry Bergman has listed over 2,000 scientists, and estimates that the actual number is about 10,000 who are skeptical of Darwinism. This list can be found on the internet.
As well, I agree with comments that whether one agrees with Darwin or not does not define a Christian. Belief in Christ's atoning death, accepting His forgiveness, and choosing to follow Him and His principles defines a Christian. But I can say that evolution has been and is used as a stick in which to ridicule and deny any sort of Creator, and in particular the concept of sin and the need of a savior. Many university students, including Christians, have been forced to be indoctrinated with the evolution ideology (not a theory- as it is falsified) to receive their higher education degrees. Jesus said, "By their fruits you shall know them", and I believe the fruit of evolution ideology is a bad fruit.
I encourage students to stand strong in their faith in God as the Creator, Lawgiver, Redeemer/Savior, and soon coming King.
John G. Leslie MD,PhD