son, we aren't even close to figure out what the truth is about anything.
the evolution theory is like the name says, just a theory. the one that's more widely accepted given the scientific proof it has compared to others but still is, nevertheless, a theory that will probably be ditched or at the very least adjusted in the next couple of centuries. on this subject, i recommend reading thomas khun's great book "the structure of scientific revolutions".
greeks and romans had a very rich religious concept of their gods. As a Christian man myself, I can't help but to be totally amazed by it.
Reading their thoughts, i find it amazing how some diehard atheists can think that religion is unnecessary or stupid. the idea of religion must be one of the greatest inventions of humankind.
This is silly on so many levels. Firstly, the theory of evolution is about as obvious as the theory of gravity. Evolution is just a word which explains what you get when you mix dynamic life in a dynamic world and let it simmer. Cue the forces of mutation and all life's will to live and spread its genes, and there you go. Adaptation. Hardly something magical, would you say?
It's fun to see you being near certain that it will be scrapped in the future. Myself I highly doubt it, but who knows. Maybe the Earth's gravity is just in our heads as well.
As for theories being adjusted and improved over time? Yeah, have you ever heard of the word science and how that works?
I'll make this easy for you:
Religion came about partly because our intellect evolved to the extent that we started to seek and feel a desire for a deeper meaning to life. If that's your thing, fine. I don't really mind people being spiritual on a personal level.
The idea that it could substitute and should deserve as much place as empirical knowledge when it comes to describe the world, however, is beyond stupid. Faith has nothing to do with knowledge.