Thank you for the kind comment concerning my article. This way of thinking also takes on the titles of evolutionary psychology, evolutionary sociology and evolutionary medicine. Seems sociobiology got a bad name in the late 70s and early 80s, being characterized as a renewal of social Darwinism and for being anti-feminist. The ideology is the same, just a different name.
I had met Ken Ham and had him in my home before he ever came to the U.S. to work with ICR. He had a few rough edges back then (criticized Americans and my wife in particular for even offering "iced" tea [the National Drink of Texas! ;-) ]. Unfortunately, he wasn't kidding). I presume he has softened his criticisms with maturity and having lived in the States for several years now. Ken and AIG are fulfilling a vital role in the effort to supplant Darwinism in American education. However, since Probe does not take a definitive stand on the age of the earth (see our article "Christian Views of Science and Earth History," http://www.probe.org/docs/viewscie.html for our explanation), we are not likely to make the short list of recommended apologetics ministries. However, I receive their material, have kept up with their activities, and look forward to the completion of their museum.
Thanks again for your encouragement.
Ray Bohlin, Ph.D.