I'm one of those people. In fact, I'm not really one for taking strict sides or absolutes. But I think that's why I have little patience for this debate.
"The important thing is to not stop questioning" -Albert Einstein. I have this quote hanging in my office. The fundamental approach of science is to keep asking and answering the questions. With each answer come new questions. And with each discovery comes new ideas and technology, etc. It is not a failure in science to keep having questions come up. It is the objective.
My issue with some religious groups is they are the exact opposite. They don't want you to ask questions. They want you to believe absolutely what they say to be true. If find most people to be in between. They ask some questions and want some answers. Other things they take on faith.
I wholeheartedly agree that the pursuit of knowledge is man's greatest endeavor. However, my point was simply this: if we were to discover tomorrow absolute evidence that was beyond doubt that the Big Bang occurred, creationists can always say that the Big Bang was created by God, and since God is unobservable, we are only observing the results of his actions, not the actions themselves, and then we're back where we started. It's impossible to reconcile natural laws to supernatural laws.