That’s a pretty blatant false dichotomy. It’s a logical fallacy, by the way.
Look, man, restating your same few talking points over and over again doesn’t make them more true. You’ve run around in circles, and if you get cornered you simply move the goalposts. It’s pretty tiring, even just to read through as I have been doing.
There’s lots a could address, but I’ll just stick with this: evolution is an incredibly powerful scientific theory. It has literal mountains of evidence backing it, explains most, if not all, of our observable data in these subjects. Biologists have been basing ecology, phylogenetic and even medicine off the premise of biological evolution for decades, and with great success. And, no, it does not disprove God, anymore than the water cycle or human fetal development disproves God.
The Bible says that God sends the rain, and that he makes the sun rise and set. (Matthew 5:45) We know from scientific observation that natural process like evaporation, condensation, and precipitation are responsible for the rain, while the earth’s orbit is responsible for the sun’s rising and setting. All of this happens without any observable intervention from God. Does this make Jesus a liar? Of course not! We are right to thank God for the rain, he simply uses natural process to send the rain. Similarly, the Bible also says God “knits us together in our mother’s wombs.” (Psalm 139:13) The process of fetal development is well documented, again with no observable intervention from God. Does this mean the Bible is wrong? No! It means God uses natural processes for the purpose of developing human babies. As you know, the Bible says God created all life on earth. (Genesis 1:1) We now know that God used evolutionary processes such as natural selection and genetic drift to diversify life on earth. Evolution does nothing more to God than the water cycle or fetal development does to God. Not that this will change your mind, as you seem to be devoted to your interpretation of the Bible and not actual truth.
Finally, you can disagree that the evidence for evolution makes it more probable than YEC, you can disagree that evolution is the best explaination for the observable data, and you can accept YEC. But claiming that the evidence for evolution simply doesn’t exist is simply denialism of reality. Period.