Teaching evolution today must be not unlike what Charles Darwin had to do. He faced an audience that was skeptical and at times hostile (if not to him, then surely to his ideas). Of course the main difference between then and now is that we have no excuse for our ignorance today. We have a plethora of evidence that supports the theory of evolution. And yet the audience may still be skeptical and at times hostile. How should we teach evolution today when we must teach the science, not in a vacuum, but in the hostile cultural context that science education is currently in? What would Darwin do?