As a theist I believe that God exists and that God creates.
Truth as such is not a particularly important concept in naturalistic philosophy.
All the most prominent Darwinists proclaim naturalistic philosophy when they think it safe to do so.
Darwinism is not merely a support for naturalistic philosophy: it is a product of naturalistic philosophy.
To philosophical materialists God is no more than an idea in the human mind, and not a very important idea.
In short, the proposition that God was in any way involved in our creation is effectively outlawed, and implicitly negated.
A constitutional democracy is in serious trouble if its citizenry does not have a certain degree of education and civic virtue.
Modernism is typically defined as the condition that begins when people realize God is truly dead, and we are therefore on our own.
No doubt it is true that science cannot study God, but it hardly follows that God had to keep a safe distance from everything that scientists want to study.
Most importantly, I agree that the truth of these matters should be determined by interpretation of scientific evidence - experiments, fossil studies and the like.