I've always studied the sciences since I was in first grade. In fact, while we were learning evolution in school, I was also studying quantum physics, on my own. In all my studies, I never thought that anything I learned proved or disproved, or even had anything to do with proving or disproving the existence of God. My Faith in God was not rooted in scientific validation, rather, it was rooted in the life of Jesus Christ and in the Faith experiences, and the effect of those experiences, of so many people throughout history.
It came as a surprise to me then, when I was visiting family members about a year later - family members who were very much into science and engineering (and who would later go on to become engineers) - that they strongly disagreed with the theory of evolution. I could not understand this because to me the evidence was extremely strong and compelling, and their arguments seemed to be rooted in a perception that evolution somehow tries to disprove the existence of God. This was my first introduction to the disagreement between those of Faith, and those in science regarding the theory of evolution.
Back to today, I've seen many atheists who promote the idea that evolution "disproves" God, and those of Faith who believe that evolution is not true. Just recently, I was watching an episode of Through the Wormhole on the Discovery Channel. The episode was titled Did God Create Evolution? In it, the idea was promoted that since evolution is a random process, God must not exist because randomness must necessarily mean that no intelligence is involved. As a result of this flawed premise, the evolutionists and creationists argued over whether or not evolution was a random process.
Yet, there is another way to look at this that everyone seems to be missing, and that is that evolution has nothing to do with whether or not God exists! For example: it's possible that God utilizes seemingly random processes to achieve His Objectives. After all, humans use random processes in video games (which are essentially human created worlds), and cryptography, to name just two examples. So it's not like an intelligence can't use randomness, or apparent randomness, in support of a process.
God is, by the best definition that we humans can formulate, THE Being Who Created and Controls all of existence. Existence being defined here as including the entire universe, everything beyond the universe (including other universes), and anything else that exists that we can or cannot observe or detect. By this definition, God must, therefore, Exist Independent of the universe. So therefore, using any scientific methodology to prove the existence of God is a waste of time, because God is not subject to the laws, definitions, and processes that we observe. He cannot be corralled by an experiment, unless He Chooses to be.
So, I think that both the atheists and the Faithful need to acknowledge that they are both wrong is this argument over evolution versus creationism. The fact is: evolution does not prove or disprove the existence of God. So let's end this silly argument over something that is, by definition, beyond our ability to prove or disprove and instead, deal with evolution for what it is: a fascinating process that describes the process of how life can come into existence. For the atheist, this is may be sufficient. But for the Faithful, it is evidence of the incredible magnitude and scope of God's Will, that He is of such Power and Control, that He could take billions of years to create a universe, and create life, through a very simple and sublime set of laws, rules, and processes. Furthermore, He is able Maintain these Actions with a level of Discipline and Consistency over time which is beyond our comprehension.
...and yet he loved us so much that he sent his only Son, Jesus Christ, to us so that we (insignificant blobs of organic goo) might live beyond this Creation.