Your question is a fallacy, known as a False Dilemma. Evolution can be true and Religious beliefs can be true too. It's only biblical literalists that push this dilemma, and atheists that push back, who perpetuate this silly argument.
Evolution is a theory of the world's development with many parts, much of it substantiated through scientific testing, and much the rest supported through archaeological evidence. Evidence could potentially still be provided to refute the theory, because without it being falsifiable it wouldn't be evidence, but nothing in testing or the given evidence has done so.
Religion is a system of belief about the way the world operates, which assigns values to many aspects of our lives and our behavior. It's hallmark is that it is a subjective perspective for an otherwise objective world, and as such isn't a topic that can be reasonably tested for evidence or evaluated in a scientific manner. It would be far better to judge it on its own terms, which would be to examine the values it places on behavior and life, and whether those values can be reasonably applied to all people, and what kind of value the associated beliefs carry.
Sadly, people on both sides get this confused all the damn time, which is why there's so much pointless bickering on R&S over this question. It can't be answered, because as I said -- it's a false dilemma. Or, if you're arguing from one side or the other, a categorical mistake.