First, I want to point out that I believe in God, and Jesus Christ, and I believe in science. The two are not mutually exclusive.
As for the theory of evolution. (Sorry, to quote a very good researcher friend of mine, "Evolution is a theory. It's a very good theory, and I, for one, believe it. But it is a theory, and not proven.") Anyway, as for the theory of evolution:
I believe adaptation is possible. However, I have a problem with evolution itself, as in an amoeba turned into a fish, which turned into a turtle, which...you get the idea.
NOT because I don't think God would use it. God can do anything. Create an amoeba that turns into a fish, that turns into a turtle, or an ape that turns into a man... :)
My problem with evolution is admittedly unusual: I have an intellectual problem with it.
For me, to stop having a problem with it, I would like to see one of two things:
1. NO prior links in the process that still exist. If amoebas evolved into something else, there should be no more amoebas.
2. EVERY step in the process still alive and thriving. We should have Neanderthals, and slowly evolving "X-men", etc., all alive and thriving.
Why would either of the above make me prone to be more accepting of the theory? Well, for me, if a theory is TRUE, it should be CONSTANT. The way energy works is constant, or when you throw pennies into that chemical mix in high school they ALWAYS turn green, or when you apply sound algebraic principles, the math CONSTANTLY solves correctly. I hope that makes sense.
Evolution is just an intellectual theory, and has no tangible proof. Sure, there is circumstantial evidence supporting the theory. However, in the history of science, most mainstream science tended to be mostly wrong at any given point in time.
This is not to say it doesn't produce wonders and technologies, but it did this even when most scientists thought the earth was flat, with a universe that revolved around it!
I for one, find the theory of evolution lacking, because it has not been proven. We can prove that the earth is roundish, because, well, we can float above it, and look down. We can prove that nuclear reactions create energy because we have DONE it. We have yet to prove the theory of evolution. Until we do, it is a theory. (I also have a problem with other "theories": the idea that we "can't" travel faster than light, or that a wormhole will "absolutely" collapse in the middle. There HAS to be ways around this! :) The beauty of science is that it QUESTIONS commonly accepted theories and practices and blazes brand new, exciting trails!)
Thanks for reading.