Evolution is only a theory.

by Steve Huedepohl
According to Dr. Henry Morris, founder of the Institute for Creation Research, “No one has ever seen anything evolve, no one knows how evolution works, the fossil record shows no evolutionary transitions taking place, and the basic laws of science show it to be impossible. Yet evolutionists insist that this is “science” and should be taught as proved fact to schoolchildren.
Dr. Henry M. Morris, Science and the Bible, page 61

If you consider the heavens, even if you grew up alone on a desert island, you would have to ask questions like: How did all of this come into being, or how big is the universe, or how far does space go, or how did we get here? This would require you to come to the conclusion that:
If anything exists, it must have been created by a higher power, or it must have created itself from nothing.

The theory of evolution is a belief that the universe created itself from nothing by chance and changed by itself over a long period of time, to become what we know today.

The theory of creation is a belief that the universe was created by God from nothing in six literal days, according to the Bible.

 What is required to believe in something? Faith

 Why do some believe in evolution? Simply because they want to. Consider these quotes from Isaac Asimov:

 "About 4.6 billion years ago, the solar system formed from a cloud of dust and gas containing complex atoms that had developed in the interior of stars and been strewn through space by supernova explosions. That cloud might, however, have already existed for billions of years. Why did it start contracting and condensing when it did? We don’t really know why, but one suggestion is that a nearby supernova sent out a blast that compressed a portion of the cloud nearest to itself."
Isaac Asimov, Guide to Earth and Space, page 199

"Until nearly 1800 (A.D.), almost everyone in our Western tradition supposed Earth to be about 6,000 years old. Those who believed this did so entirely as a result of their interpretation of the words of the Bible, which they accepted as divine truth, but this was faith and not scientific evidence."
Isaac Asimov, Guide to Earth and Space, page 26

 “I am an atheist, out and out. I don’t have the evidence to prove that God doesn’t exist, but I so strongly suspect He does not that I don’t want to waste my time.”
Isaac  Asimov (1982) “Context”

 Is the theory of evolution a proven fact? No. (You’re kidding. According to most high school and college textbooks, the media, the movie industry and many teachers, it is. Are you sure?  Yes. Like creation, it is a belief, not fact.)

Is the theory of evolution even science? No. (Read on.)