The latest attempt to present rational arguments for a god have been debunked. Over and over religious writers try to claim evolution could not have happened and because it could not have happened a god created everything.
One argument a while back claimed evolution could not have come up with the human hand–that it is far to complicated and needed a designer. Another one is that there have been no new species since god created them. It is therefore impossible, the argument goes, for evolution to have created all the species. A third is that too much time is required for evolution to have come up with all the adaptations were have today.
All of these arguments have been completely refuted by scientists. The hand came about through necessity and earlier versions are known. New species come along regularly today as creatures develop ways to deal with changing environments and competitors. And, the time required for various adaptations to come along is not a steady continuum but both rapid and slow in different circumstances.
Certainly it is fine if people want to believe a god created creatures and humans and that creatures did not develop into humans. But, it is wrong to dismiss all that science has taught us about where we came from and prevent evolution from being taught. If we are going to teach about a god creating the world, we need to teach about all the various versions of gods and not limit it to the currently popular one.