If only creationists applied the same level of skepticism to their own claims that they do to science claims.
No we can't be absolutely certain that humans and chimps evolved from a common ancestor, despite the mountains of evidence pointing that way; but we're supposed to accept that a magical sky fairy (for whom there's no evidence whatsoever) created the world 6000 years ago (even though there's no evidence pointing to this) and that he loves us (even though if you read the bible objectively he comes across as a total psycho) and that he gave us a set of moral standards to live up to (even though when you actually list said standards they're midieval at best) and we'll all go to heaven (for which there's no evidence).
And as Christians we are suppose to believe that the complex structure of the human body and the brain that we use in understanding these thing (which we still are currently not 100% sure how it works) came from absolutely nothing? Time space and matter just happened? Even if you believe that some matter is eternal you really believe that the specific and complex code comes from nothing? You believe that as frail as human life is, you want to believe that it happened by chance? A random explosion that created the order of the universe and the complexity of animal and human bodies seems more logical?