Image via Wikipedia"The theory of evolution is just an extension of the spontaneous generation of life theories from the 1700's". -- J Joensuu, from the Comments, here.
It is certainly true that the TOE is rooted in 19th cc. philosophy and 19th cc. science. More specifically, the theory of evolution, or, at least, Darwin's version, which is the Authorized Version, is the result of seeking purely naturalistic explanations for the cosmos. It is a theory intelligently conceived and designed to get rid of a certain Designer.
Ya just can't get a way from design.
This doesn't mean it isn't true. It's just good to identify the genesis of an idea -- it may give you an indication of an idea's blind-spot, and it does. Modern-day darwinists hold to the materialistic assumptions of darwinism like a dog to a bone -- in spite of the evidence to the contrary.
There is some truth to biological evolution, but it is not a sufficient cause, or sufficient reason, for life in its grandeur and wonder. And it certainly isn't a sufficient cause for... me -- self-conscious, rational, creative, desire-laden, wondering and wonder-filled man.
BTW, the blog article, A Positive, Testable Case for Intelligent Design, is a good one.