What does the theory of evolution have to do with science? Does that sound like an odd question? Well, consider this: Science requires certain things before you may call something science.
For example, miracles. Science will never prove miracles happen. Because in order to qualify to be a "miracle," it must only happen on the extreme side of rare (more cases than not, they only happen once!).
So of course, you cannot do any sort of examination of a miracle, the only way to prove one happened, is to look at the after math of a miracle (ie someone being cured of cancer with out explanation). Even then, it takes faith to believe in such a thing.
So, what does it take for something to qualify as science? There are steps! These steps must be taken, and they are called "the Scientific Method!" This method calls for collecting evidence, creating a hypothesis, forming an experiment, are repeating the experiment 1 billion times... give or take.
Now then, back to evolution. But before I go on, let me explain what I mean by "evolution."
1. New species coming from others species (man from ape)
2. New life coming from nothing (idiocy)
Technically, evolution is not the latter (2), but for our purposes in this post, that's what I mean.
Okay, now to my point. There is little to no evidence of evolution. Many people interpret collected fossils as evidence of evolution, but I say (along with Bible believing scientists) that fossils point to a sudden appearance of all life coming on Earth at the same time!
But perhaps the most important negative for the "hypothesis" of evolution, is there are no experiments that can be repeated to prove or disprove it. Evolution has never been witnessed, and if it did ever happen (and happened also to be witnessed), it's so rare that it cannot be observed over and over again. Therefore, "evolution" must be reclassified as a miracle, which takes faith to believe in!