Take the controversy between evolution and creationism. After all the efforts by so-called experts, nobody has come up with any solid proof supporting the theory of evolution. Despite the labors of many to prove otherwise, the evidence supporting creationism is overwhelming. For someone to reject solid facts and then cling on to an unproven theory has to be the epitome of foolishness.

We must say that this whole hypothesis is a highly speculative one, without any foundation in actual fact through empirical evidence, and that it is not even a 'science' but rather a bizarre philosophy or even a religion in its own right. This is doubtless why an increasing number of modern biologists, paleontologists, geneticists and scientists of various disciplines are being forced to criticize and even deny the validity of evolution's claims as to the real origins of life.

Dr. Carl Wieland, himself a former atheist, pointed out that the fossil record is actually evidence for creation and a Global Flood, not for gradualistic evolution. For one thing, transitional forms ("missing links") remain missing, a fact that even peer-reviewed journals must often admit. For another, the formation of the fossil layers is consistent, not with gradual sedimentation over millions of years, but of a catastrophe--or more properly, cataclysm, which was the actual Greek word used to describe the Flood.
“didn’t believe in the theory that human beings — thinking, loving beings — originated from fish that sprouted legs and crawled out of the sea” or from “monkeys who eventually swung down from the trees.”

"Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen" (Heb. 11:1, NRSV).

“Science has proof without any certainty. Creationists have certainty without any proof.” This is a quote by the 20th-Century anthropologist Ashley Montague