The intelligent design leader John Calvert declared: "The Seventh Judicial Circuit of the Court of Appeals of the United States held that atheism is a religion. Therefore, it cannot be promoted by a public school. Currently, public schools are often unwittingly promoting atheism through a dogmatic and uncritical teaching of materialistic theories of origins."
One of the big impacts of the Question evolution! campaign and its 15 questions that evolutionists cannot satisfactorily answer is that it will definitely undermine the dogmatic teaching of evolution in classrooms plus hinder atheist proselytizing.
In 2011, the results of a study was published indicating that most United States high school biology teachers are reluctant to endorse the theory of evolution in class (see: Study: Most high school biology teachers don’t endorse evolution). In 2011, eight anti-evolution bills were introduced in various states within the United States which encouraged students to employ critical thinking skills when examining the evolution issue. In 2009, there were seven states within the United States which required critical analysis skills be employed when examining evolutionary material within schools.
Imagine how timid many biology teachers will be when they are faced with the 15 questions that evolutionists cannot satisfactorily answer! Imagine how many additional states within the United States are going to adopt evolution unfriendly laws! Evolution cannot bear up under critical analysis so the effects of the Question evolution! campaign are going to be devastating to evolutionary belief and atheism.