actually, though i enjoyed it immensely i felt i was 'out of synch' with people - but very much in synch with nature, finding the right spot at the right time to draw, paint or photograph
anyway, regarding dawkins, yes i agree - the problem with this polarization is that Dawkins followers automatically knee-jerk pigeon hole anyone who doubts evolution as doing it because of rejection of science...
when there are many people, scientists, atheists included, that don't believe evolution. I don't believe it for scientific, not theistic reasons- I don't doubt natural selection, evolution on a microscale but have my doubts about it being the be all and end all life force.
The way dawkins and his followers speak about evolution sounds just as cultish, narrow minded and idealogy-over-realty driven as the claim the fundies are.