Adding to that, they adhere to the NOMA, which was promoted by the late evolutionist and marxist Steven Jay Gould. (NOMA stands for "Non Overlaping Magisteria")
Basically it says that "religion" (by which they mean Christianity) and "science" are in diferent domains and diferent spheres. Religion deals with morality and how to behave. "Science" tell us how the world works. Therefore, there shouldn't be any conflict since they are in diferent realms of existence.
Sounds nice, but there are many problems.
First of all, true science and Christianity are not at war. In fact, looking down in History, we'll see that the founding fathers of many of the fields of science evolutionists use against Christianity were started or received a great impulse thanks to the work of Christians
Secondly, Christianity makes Historical claims that contradict atheistic evolutionism. For example, God says in John 1 that before the material world existed, the Word of God (The Lord Jesus) already was. He is the Un-evolved Creative Inteligence behind the living world. This contradicts the theory of evolution which says that inteligence is an evolutionary by product.
Both can't be right. Either the Bible is right, or evolution is right.
So the Bible makes claims that go into the scientific domain. Which one should we trust? The testemony of men, who were not there when the world begun, or the Bible?
Thirdly, what do we make of evolutionists who say the evolution goes against the Bible? Are they "misrepresenting" evolution too?
"As were many persons from Alabama, I was a born-again Christian. When I was fifteen, I entered the Southern Baptist Church with great fervor and interest in the fundamentalist religion, I left at seventeen when I got to the University of Alabama and heard about evolutionary theory." (E.O. Wilson, "Toward a Humanistic Biology"; The Humanist, September/October, 1982; p. 40).
In his article, "The Meaning of Evolution," atheist G. Richard Bozarth claims that
"Christianity has fought, still fights and will fight science to the desperate end over evolution, for evolution destroys utterly and finally the very reason Jesus' earthly life was supposedly made necessary. Destroy Adam and Eve and the original sin, and in the rubble you will find the sorry remains of the son of God. Take away the meaning of his death. If Jesus was not the redeemer who died for our sins, and this is what evolution means, then Christianity is nothing" (American Atheist, September 20, 1979, p. 30).
Funny how these atheists know full well what evolution really means. Perhaps those who say that evolution and Christianity are in contradiction should contact them and tell them that they are wrong?....