The problem, organisms evolve, they just do. There's no assertion that they do, we just see them evolve. The theory attempts to break down all the little bits and influences, yes it needs more work, it's not exact, but it is useful. Scientists don't even care about being right, they want to find things that work, and if it works they keep it until something that works better comes along, and the theory works, it explains enough of evolution and what's happening to help things make sense. Creationists want to counter it because they don't like things that oppose their limited world views, which is truly sad, actually. They are more afraid of something that works, just because they have to be right, so they can't accept that they just might be completely wrong. Evolution is the modern day theory of relativity, it's a unifying theory that has helped progress, and has challenged our species. Like the theory of relativity, the religious fanatics have to oppose it until enough of them pass on because it challenges their opinions, and replaces opinions and made up stories with facts, logic, and working models.<quoted text>
The bible is and will remain unchanged. However if you ask Christians now if witch hunts or killing blacks or charging money to pray people into heaven oh or purification through pain I think you'll find religion has come a long way in the right direction. I also think that had Christians I mean the real ones had stood up and said NO that people would see Christ teaching for what it is and not some crazy mid evil thing. The church has made a lot of mistakes and so has science we are all learning and changing. Please don't take my last post as an attack on science what science does is great and it has its place I just see evolution as a future oops.
Seriously, when has a myth ever landed us on the Moon? Just something to ponder.