It's amusing, but I'm not sure I get the point. Are you arguing that creation by the power of the God of Abraham is a scientific theory, and evolution is a matter of faith? That seems unlikely. I suspect you are trying to demonstrate the weakness of the notion that evolution is a theory with evidence, while creation by the God of Abraham is a matter of faith, but I'm not sure. Evolution can be demonstrated in a lab (the fruit fly experiments don't even take long, and they are cheap to do!), but you can never prove that we are the product of evolution leading to us as a separate species. We weren't there, and we can't run a controlled experiment to replicate the evolution of man. For those reasons evolution will remain a theory, but an immensely powerful theory that explains a huge amount of data, that can be used to make predictions that mostly turn out to be correct, and still has never been disproved in over a century, with many people trying very hard to do so. Since evolution is truly a scientific theory, it CAN be proven false, but nobody has ever succeeded in doing so. Note that specific conjectures related to evolution - that evolution and genetics cause or explain criminal behavior, for example, may get proved false on occasion (after all, evolution doesn't explain everything) but overall the theory of evolution has stood the test of time quite well. Creation by God, on the other hand, can't be proven false. At least I'm unable to imagine a way to prove that God didn't create the universe. Like all matters related to God, it's a matter of faith. Note that I have an abiding faith in Christ, that I believe I am saved only by the grace of God in the Holy Trinity. I see no conflict between that, a matter of faith, and the theory of evolution. Modern cosmology also doesn't give me any problems. I can accept that God created the universe 15 billion years ago via the big bang, and that the human species arose around 150,000 years ago. I don't believe God would create a universe with fake evidence, lies are usually associated with the devil, not God. Genesis, with it's universe created from a void, and changing in successive stages to become more and more like what we observe now, with complex life forms arriving later after the creation of the heavens and the Earth, seems like an amazingly accurate and sophisticated version of what we now theorize to be the best explanation of the world as we detect it using the senses and abilities that God gave us. It's hard to imagine a better way to describe to people thousands of years ago how the universe came to be, since concepts like singularities, inflation, matter and energy equivalence, and billions of years were not available. My faith can easily withstand the challenges of scientific truth, the parts I struggle with and pray over are things like the existence of evil and suffering.