Rather than simply complain about how deity-directed evolution is refused by science, perhaps the complainers should examine the reasons for this.
Why are teleological explanations shunned in evolutionary biology?
Well, for one thing, absolutely no evidence exists that evolution is directional outside of a specific selective pressure; these pressures are very proximal. Even so, while that can be directional, it is subject to change given new circumstances (new predators, change in diet, restricted food supply, habitat changes, etc.). Teleological explanations, being ultimate and planned, indicate a causality of desire. They can be worded as “in order to” explanations. In other words, teleological explanations ascribe ultimate causation and purpose, whereas evolutionary mechanisms are proximal, without purpose, and environmentally-specific. This is the crux of the issue of teleological thinking being placed into evolutionary biology. It obfuscates what is known with what is believed or hoped for and ascribes the very human notion of planning to evolution, as if to indicate that specific mutations are designed (the hope or desire) rather than chance events (as indicated by numerous examples of mutagenesis research) which then may survive differentially.