I have labored to make clear one very important distinction, that Darwinism is different from evolution. Darwinism is the mane that we properly give the approach to evolution championed by Darwin. Evolution is the thing that happened. Darwinism is a particular theory that defines itself in an entirely reductionist, materialist way to avoid at all costs letting a divine foot in nature's door. Evolution is a fact, the marvelous and still largely mysterious complex of evidence that gives every indication that nature is a spectacular work in progress. This distinction allows me to say a most astounding thing; one can heartily accept evolution on scientific grounds and roundly reject Darwinism on scientific, philosophical, moral, and theological grounds.
- from page 165, The Darwin Myth