Neo-Darwinism is coming under increasing attack within the evolutionary camp. The book "Evolution: A Theory In Crisis", by Michael Denton, epitomizes this trend. Scientists, after all, are smart people and some are willing to "own up" to the failure of evolution as a viable explanation. It doesn't mean they have become creationists (even though this is the only other real option), but instead moves them into an "I don't know" state when it comes to origins. Evolutionists today ultimately put reliance on the courts to enforce the one-sided teaching of their naturalistic dogma, appealing to the mythical "separation of church and state". However, despite all of this indoctrination, a sizable portion of the American population still believes that creation by God is the true explanation for our origins (unfortunately this is not as true elsewhere in the world).
Science today is under attack not only by creationism (which really only objects to the small parts of science promoting naturalistic origins), but by the perception and recognition that science is not going to "solve all of our problems". In fact, the increasingly relativistic attitude in society may be leading to a view which says that science is merely one way of understanding reality. Maybe UFO's or Mother Earth explain reality better for some people, and society will say "fine with me"!