Fraud, Deceit and Despair
Fruits of Evolutionism
The Fraud: Piltdown man was a deliberate fraud. Somebody purposely put an ape head on a human skeleton, even altering the remaining tooth by filing it and dyeing it. Piltdown man was discovered by Teilhard, and he interpreted the find.
The Deceit: Peking man was also discovered by Teilhard. But the box of bones was somehow lost while he was transporting it from the excavation site. That did not prevent him from drawing pictures to reconstruct Peking man which ended up in text books and encyclopedias.
The Despair: Hugh Miller was the one who first came up with the Day-Age theory that says the six days of Biblical creation are actually six "ages." He wrote a book about it, and on the night he finished checking the printer's proofs, he committed suicide. The book was published anyway, The Testimony of the Rocks.
Creation, Genesis and Early Man, 2nd edition p. 469-470, p.663