Riverside, you don't even understand how evolution works, let alone the evidence for it. You've got this imagined vision of biological science that isn't even close to what it is.I don't care if you take me seriously. In fact, because I'm no big fan of the way science had "figured out" evolution, most people hear think I'm ignorant. When I say the ignorant one is the blind follower. Science has been wrong countless times. They may be wrong this time, too.
Second, the religious are the blind followers. Rather than learn, you prefer the intellectually lazy "god did it" formula. It's the opposite of knowledge - if any scientist succumbed to that, their ability to produce new knowledge and technology would cease.
Religion did everything it could to stop science - religion does not have a mechanism of knowledge or technological production (outside of torture devices).
Science does. Of course it gets answers wrong - then improves upon it. Religion gets answers wrong and then insists their correct, often for centuries.
Well I, for one, am glad that medical researchers didn't listen to religion about the sin-theory of disease.