I hope this gets read, but it seems curious to me that the primary pushback against evolution comes from particular pockets of Christianity. I think WileyC1949 is onto something, because it would seem that the only reason some Christians in particular vehemently deny evolution is because they believe it disproves God.
If evolution exists, its because God created the world and guided it in such a way that evolution exists.
Evolution is not an atheistic science.
Its simply the best consensus idea for how the diversity of life that exists today exists.
That does not mean evolution has the answers for everything - there are many things that it cannot account for, and we are right in pointing them out. Simply put, evolution is an evidence-backed idea for how things are the way they are. It is not the end-all-be-all. This might as well be a scientific debate about the workings of quantum mechanics, because the end result points to God regardless of the outcome. Whatever exists, God created.
Further, it seems that the reason this topic in particular possesses so much mouth-frothing ferocity is because it seems to contradict the Bible (which was never written as a scientific book, so to quote it as such would be equivalent to quoting Romeo and Juliet in defense of the pythagorean theorem - just silly).
Certainly, there are compelling reasons to believe evolution is a real process in the created universe.
Certainly, there are reasons to doubt its all-encompassing claim.
Simply put, we don’t know everything. And that’s okay.
But to claim that evolution and God are mutually exclusive is erroneous.