I noticed that when speaking to people who are uneducated about science and not in the atheist circle creationism seems to be general knowledge. The typical creationist tosh like "if we came from apes why are there still apes?" seems to be a very common "logical" truth among them. People who do not actively go to church or mosque, let alone listen to Kent Hovind seem to naturally spout such arguments as "If evolution was true then shouldn't all animals be trying to become human?". That was an actual statement made by a cousin of mine who has a liberal arts degree. Evolution seems to be held as some sort of belief system that has equal footing with creation myth. Another gem that I've heard from people not active in the creation-evolution "debate" was "Well if evolution is true then why isn't it still happening?". I've even heard atheist say things like "Just because you're an atheist doesn't mean you have to believe in evolution". To anyone reading this, you should take a little poll among your friends and hear their arguments against evolution. Post some of their responses here.