In my previous post I posed two questions for Judge Jones. The answers to the second question are A, B and C. That is, (A) Evolutionary theory incorporates religious premises, (B) Proponents of evolutionary theory are religious people and (C) Evolutionary theory mandates certain types of solutions.
Of course, (B) is not peculiar to evolutionary theory, but (A) is. It is true that science, in general, incorporates certain metaphysical assumptions, such as uniformity and parsimony. But evolution incorporates specific religious premises, having nothing to do with uniformity and parsimony. These religious premises are uncharacteristic of science in general, and they mandate evolution. One way or another, evolution must be a fact. Every time you hear evolutionists proclaim their theory to be a fact (which is quite common), you are hearing a religious proclamation.
I'll discuss (C) when I receive my answer from Barbara Forrest.