Yes they do BNZ, but how and to what? Did God direct the evolution , or not?
I agree they evolve. I don't say evolution is junk, but some of it is and is given as fact.
Then others who are dedicated give us good data. Still it is all theory when looking all the way back to creation. Not definite data. Theory is based on the best data available and it looks pretty good, but there are a lot of holes, and can't yet get past the theory stage to fact. In time and more data... Probably.
Francis Collins Language of God is a good read, since he comes from a vast science base. Also written in easy language.
Is the bible wrong, or not? God created all things. The bible makes no mention of evolution. God, apparently, never told anyone "that stuff I made? It's going to kind of grow and change and adapt to the earth"...presumably because they'd say "What the fuck? Why would they need to 'adapt'? Are you just dicking around or something here? Is this just a school project for you? Do the other God's kick your ass at lunch time?"
And perhaps later they'd say "And by the way, what the fuck is with these gigantic bones in the ground? You never said anything about them. Or the oil we see bubbling out of there. Or these glow in the dark rocks that look cool, and we'd put them on our walls, but we don't have any yet, and every time we touch them we start to feel funny and eventually die. How about an adaptation for that?"
Jesus vs. the velociraptor, now with uranium lubrication.
There's not junk science in creationism, or evolution. The difference is that creationism isn't science at all. Science doesn't involve setting out to prove
theories by developing complex and fallacious "logic" constructs, then stopping as soon as something resembling a complete sentence makes it onto the whiteboard. Science involves a constant effort to test and disprove
theories, so that we may arrive at a complete understanding of how something works.