I agree - while they may really well be "intelligent creationists", they sure don't want to admit that anybody else is right about anything.
-- Including the "intelligent creationists".
What a supercilious load of it on "avoiding public activity over the issue" on grounds of "Christian Neutrality"! It sure never bothered them to go all the way to the supreme court whenever their precious "flag salute" issue came up. If they really believe this creationist stuff so much, then wouldn't the same principle apply to evolution things taught in school (I mean in comparison to saluting the flag)? Shouldn't they try to keep their kids out of normal science and biology class too? Of course, the active athiests have now taken up the gauntlet of trying to kill the flag salute in school, leaving the fundies to fight for "bible science study" to replace evolution. So, I guess they don't have to do much on either, as long as somebody else can carry the water for them.
Wait, what am I saying? For them - a fundie "bible science study" would be just as wrong and bad as Darwin himself! (Might get indoctrinated into being born again, you know)...
And further on this line of thought - isn't this the same magazine where whole sections are devoted to some kooky college professor who thinks that the "flagellem of bacteria disprove evolution" because obviously nothing so complex could possibly evolve! Is this guy the Ward Churchill of intelligent creation or what? They quote him where it is convenient for them, but his real overall view is kind of glossed over (selective evolution in limited steps). He is kind of on their side, but still part of the evil system of things - after all, he is a worldly college professor!!!