It's your loss if you want to shut yourself off from all of the wonderful truth that science has to offer.
Do you believe that evolution through natural selection is a scientific law? I had hoped that you learned something from our exchange on the difference between laws and theories.
So don't mix the common parlance form of 'theory' with the scientific form of the word!In common parlance, a theory is a hunch or guess about something (e.g., "I have a theory that my teacher is an alien"). In science, however, a theory is an explanation of a set of observations that has been tested and found to be well-supported by evidence (e.g., "the theory of relativity"). The common [parlance] usage of the word theory is closer in meaning to [a] hypothesis in science: a plausible (or possible) explanation.
The distinction between a theory and a hypothesis (or even a guess) is an important one, and ignoring it leads to the kind of equivocation in apologetics exemplified by the claim that "evolution is only a theory".
Everyone is born a homo sapiens sapiens but not everyone is a human. -RW