Some of the comments on that article are really something:
"I'd rather be the product of a creationary God than an evolutionary accident, and so embrace Christianity. I am so pleased I did, life has become so much less gloomy".or how about:
"I find creationism more plausible, easier to understand, and leaving oneself quite satisfied".This one was awesome though:
"Since when did wishful thinking have anything to do with scientific reality? People can be dissatisfied with evolution all they want. So what? I'm dissatisfied that there is no Santa Claus but that's no reason for me to start believing in him in the face of incontrovertible evidence to the contrary".Too right, Steve Finney from Manchester.
So you find evolution more difficult to understand than some ancient myth? Or you'd like to believe yourself to be the special, favourite design of a sentient creator rather than the result of an unguided natural process? That DOES NOT make Creationism true!
I forget where I read it (probably Pharyngula), but I love the following quote:
"You're entitled to your own opinion. But not your own facts".