That's in the title (minus the question mark) of this article from R. Albert Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (SBTS). This amusing screed begins as follows:
The theory of evolution is a tottering house of ideological cards that is more about cherished mythology than honest intellectual endeavor. Evolutionists treat their cherished theory like a fragile object of veneration and worship--and so it is. Panic is a sure sign of intellectual insecurity, and evolutionists have every reason to be insecure, for their theory is falling apart.
Now, there's nothing in this silly paragraph that I haven't already responded to in countless other posts. And Pharyngula has already undertaken the thankless task of fisking the whole thing. You can find his characteristically insightful remarks here.
I mention it only as a footnote to my post from this Monday, in which I mentioned that William Dembski will be leaving Baylor University to join the SBTS. I argued this was a positive development, since Baylor has far more intellectual legitimacy than the SBTS. These cartoonishly venemous remarks from SBTS's leader prove my point.