At the other end you have creationists who accept science but insist that God did it.
Within this group are the bunch who continuously redefine science and claim that whole branches of science are religion.
A fairly large number of the creationists we encounter at EvC insist that evolutionary biologists are all atheists and make erroneous claims about evolution and the theory of evolution.
Creationism seems to consist, in large part, in attacks on strawman versions of evolution and attempts to force unevidenced versions of biblical creationism into public schools, especially into science classes.
The intelligent design bunch are creationists who have tried to add in the idea that some life processes are too complex to have evolved. When you actually see what they are writing it is clear that it's plain old creationism with a few new sciencey sounding magical concepts carefully arranged to try and fool the courts into letting them teach it in public school science classes.
What if Eleanor Roosevelt had wings? -- Monty Python
One important characteristic of a theory is that is has survived repeated attempts to falsify it. Contrary to your understanding, all available evidence confirms it. --Subbie
If evolution is shown to be false, it will be at the hands of things that are true, not made up. --percy
The reason that we have the scientific method is because common sense isn't reliable. -- Taq
One significant difference between YEC and theistic evolution, and many other points of view, is that YEC believe in descent with modification while others believe in ascent with modification as the general rule.
Well, I cannot tell who you mean by "many other points of view" and "while 'others' believe in ascent with modification"
Are the "others" you are talking about here those of us who are disputing what you have to say about evolution?
If so, then you are incorrect about us and incorrect about what we are saying about our view of evolution.
Others believe that the cat family came from a non-cat ancestor, ultimately the same microbial ancestor as all other creatures, with production of much new genetic information, features, and body plans.
The evidence leads us to conclude that cats are descended from a Carnivore common ancestor and a Mammalian common ancestor, and a vertebrate common ancestor, and on back to some Animalia common ancestor. Carnivore Phylogeny
None of this is based on beliefs, but rather evidence.
Belief in the "production of new genetic information" completely belongs to creationists.
This is why examples of adaptation and speciation are of no particular concern to us.
New species? So what? Cit+ trait in E. Coli? Meh. Finch beaks changing size? Ho hum. Trinidad guppies? Yawn. London Underground Mosquito? So?
OK, but what are you doing here then? You just popped in to tell us how bored you are about evolutionary biology?