Mr P: "Evolution needs no faith...just a thirst for knowledge, truth and the honest and rational search for this."
Careful now, you'll attract the attention of CrazySculptor, and he'll be very angry. Everything needs at least simple faith as a premise. This type of faith is different from Faith, however.
Personally, I don't see why so many Americans are so adamant about proving evolution incorrect. There are flaws, as any model or belief will have, but if the Pope can see through the schmagma and realize there is much truth in evolution, why can't religious America?
The only person I've ever had discourse with that has a reasonable foundation for a belief in God is MA, and even then the reasoning is due to the unknowable nature of the universe, which applies... universally. Even then, I think atheists have a more convincing argument than theists.
Doc: "In some way, it is a bit ironic that we must try to be more stupid to obtain salvation."
MA: "I can't think of a better way to convince a group of critical thinkers of the worthlessness of faith."