Evolution is only a theory insofar as we cannot go back in time and observe, on a molecular level, every mutation of every genome since the beginning of life on Earth. Logically speaking though, if random mutations occur, thusly will evolution; all that need be proven is the former. And the phenomenon of random mutation has been well documented thousands of times over. In fact, the entire process of evolution has been observed as well. The only "leap of faith" required of an "evolutionist" is to believe that what happens now has happened in the past.
Antimatter, your threats, indeed the basis of your religion, make me giggle hysterically-- keep them coming. I'll tell you, though, I'm sure to your dismay, that I am stunning success in life; my future looks brighter by the day. Now I have a postulate: A man that is functioning incorrectly (ie. in opposition to his own life) may become religious; his relationship to reality remains same, erroneous, only now he is validated for it. This will not occur to the man whose thinking is proper.
I swear, you christians are cuter than a basket of kittens, kittens with a pathological aversion to reality and nuclear capabilities.