It would seem to me that most articles published in religious oriented publications describing science are deliberately deceiving. I've read quite a few articles and they are mostly deceptive and seemingly deliberately so. To describe the Big Bang or stellar formation or Evolution or whatever it takes a certain familiarity with the subject so when you see misstatements it appears to me to be deliberately done. In many, many cases parts of the explanations are embellished with notes such as "science agrees with this". When you describe Evolution as being something where all the evidence isn't in and the Big Bang as a giant explosive fireball or imply that Evolution says that we come from "monkeys". You know the intention is to deceive. If you have any knowledge of any area of science, go and read as many Christian explanations of what science says and you will see what I'm referring to. It isn't hard to find as it's virtually everywhere. It seems there are no accurate descriptions of scientific subjects on religious oriented sites. Doesn't this seem like the most un-Christian approach to take?There are even sites describing why not to "trust" "experts". The problem for them with Evolution isn't which expert to trust since they all point to Evolution and none point to Creationism. Their attempt at obfuscation is to claim that no lay person can understand this stuff and thus we have to rely on experts and which expert should we trust. Trust the Christian scientist expert is the conclusion?