From the Washington Post
Bush's comments were "irresponsible," said Barry W. Lynn, executive director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State. He said the president, by suggesting that students hear two viewpoints, "doesn't understand that one is a religious viewpoint and one is a scientific viewpoint." Lynn said Bush showed a "low level of understanding of science."
In what sense is the assertion that there is no God - or no need for a God - which is what underlies the basis of evolution as a theory and is explicitly the motivation for many leading evolutionists - not a religious viewpoint?