Every theory has it's flaws and doesn't include every angle or situation. Although it doesn't mean that they're not real. If something completely different emerged that is completely foolproof in its authenticity, faithful Christians/Darwinists/Deists/anything else aren't going to give up their belief. It is the human faith that holds onto a reason, and a very strong faith will not let go of it for anything. It's pretty obvious given historical events that faith is stronger than the mind, and strong belief in anything can override rational thought.
Don't worry, this is relevant. What I mean to say is that I don't usually think about these things. I don't bother with the how and why, which some people think are more important. I think: What was created? What has become of the creation? What will happen to it? What's causing the change? Because these are the things that we can deal with. And dealing with these things are more relevant to today's issues than trying to figure out and arguing about how we got landed on this planet.
Of course, I'm immature and irrational and easily give in to such non-concrete views.
I know. I just tried to make things simple. Thomas Jefferson was a Deist. Thanks to that (and Franklin being somewhat atheist and Washington being Christian but having extreme suspicions of organized religion) we have that whole "separation of church and state" in the Constitution...the one thats trodden on all the time...and "freedom of religion".