On the Dr Bailey thing, I actually don't think you would need to believe in 'evolution' to know that humans are more closely related to some primates than others. It was a poor decision on his part, and I know it was him who made the link with evolution, but I can imagine most doctors who do believe in the creation (as it is described in the bible) would be able to see that we are more closely related to other primates than the one he chose.
I think the biggest issue here is the ethics of the whole operation and how he went about it rather than his personal views on evolution.
I also think its quite rude and ethnocentric to suggest that anyone who doesn't agree with *your* view on how the world started is possibly dangerous. I would bet my left arm that 99% of Christians with access to scientific info would not dispute that viruses and bacteria evolve etc. I really don't think thats a real concern. It doesn't hurt anyone if individuals believe that humans were created seperately to animals, this does not deny that animals, people, whatever evolve to adapt to their environment at all.