@calvin I am intrigued by the statement, 'When someone asks if I am into theistic evolution, I reply with an enthusiastic “No! Not anymore than I am into theistic dermatology.” Perhaps I misunderstand but doesn't that further separate science from faith, when Biologos' stated goal is to show the harmony between them?
Psalm 111:2 says "Great are the works of the LORD; They are studied by all who delight in them."
Certainly as Christians we rejoice in those in the past whose study of nature as been a form of worship, i.e. loving God with all of their minds, and we want to continue on that path. Hebrews 11:3 tells us that by faith we understand that God is the Creator. It would seem that if a Christian believes in Darwinian evolution, he or she must at a minimum believe that it is directed by God.