To repeat again and again and again, the basic ToE does not in any way refute God as Creator. The massive amount of evidence on the evolution of life is far more substantial than any objectively-derived evidence for God, but yet most of us here, including yours truly, accept God’s existence but do so based on faith.
As I mentioned, I believe on this thread, that I taught an Intro to Anthro course for around 30 years, usually having two sections each semester, so let me tell you what I experienced. At the beginning of each semester I had students fill out a confidential survey on their beliefs about evolution, and the choices were “believe”, “don’t believe”, and “don’t know/unsure”. Generally speaking, the results were usually pretty much a relatively-equal three-way split.
At the end of the course, I asked the same question in another confidential survey, and the results were that only one person in 30 years with all those courses I taught said they didn’t believe in evolution. Now either the evidence is so overwhelming that they accepted it, or I’m the world’s greatest salesman, and let me tell ya that it ain’t the latter.
BTW, in the 2nd week of the course, I brought in a Baptist minister/deacon from a nearby church to give their arguments against evolution, and I did so without debate or trying to upstage them. Matter of fact, the one deacon and I became good friends.