Hutchinson was pushed on the evolution question and actually conceded the point of common ancestry while using deflationary language about the explanatory scope of evolution. This was not a surprise, since he is a theistic evolutionist.
But at the doors on the way out, these little books entitled "Why Genesis Matters" by Jason Lisle were being handed out for free.
This is a propaganda book from none other than the Institute for Creation Research. Here is just a sampling of the book's contents.
I am royally pissed about this, in no small part because our secular group co-sponsored this event.
Reportedly, Veritas had no prior knowledge of this and it was an independent group coming in to distribute the materials. I still don't understand how they were allowed to set up a table at the door inside the venue and I remain irritated that anti-science nonsense was distributed at an otherwise reasonable event.