But this "viewed" microbe into man scenario is a pretty weak POV to take to dismiss Evo theory in part or whole.<quoted text>
I'm a 'young earth creationist'!
The reason many accept the theory of 'evolution' is not because it's 'observable', but because of statistics. There isn't anyone that can 'observe' "microbe into man evolution". You cannot observe it anymore than I, or any evolutionary scientist can. You do however trust 'majority' opinion.
The creation 'scientists' that are as expertise in their fields, and have the guts to oppose the 'majority' are the one's that the evolutionists have the problem with. Not the Vatican church, the Baptist orgs, etc. that are swayed by 'statistics'. They can sway a lot of people, including many clergymen. Not those who who don't mind pointing out the holes in the "microbes to man" philosophy.
No one witnessed Jesus rise from the dead, actually rise and come back to life. But you all rely on a few disjointed tellings of an empty tomb...??? Which is why its in the Faith based categories of spiritual belief systems. No one saw it, but many people made a seriously fantastic claim about it.
While no one has watched a microbe form into a man - which is a truly trite and disingenuous means to boil down all of Evo theory - there is a lot other evidence piles, at this point we can call them a range of mountains, to support Evo theory in the aspects of speciation and diversity of life on this planet.
Plus this "microbe into man" line does nothing but show a continued desire to dismiss what Evo theory actually says, actually deals with and researches thru dozens of scientific disciplines...and tries to boil it all down to one bumper-sticker length of words.
You/others continue to willfully and with doses of belligerence try to skip over vast amounts of the sciences evidences, and explanations of How Life diversified on this planet, once and only once it was in the life forming, and sustaining period of its development. That part you all love to ignore and start somewhere in the middle to last part of the "Book" of the many Evolutionary Sciences and their work to date...
No one here has ever said, "Poof, there was a microbe, and then in a few moments later there was a man." No one, but You/others keep hammering that absent nail, doing nothing but damaging the wood, your credibility, and certainly not moving your own argument one micron towards proof of a creator being...