At one time the church could not reconcile the theory of gravity with the existence of god, and chose condemn Galileo [Pope John Paul II in 2000 apologized for the churches error in this matter.(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galileo_affair
)] The leading candidates for president in the republican party would appear to be on the path of doing the same thing to evolutionary biologists and climate scientists (http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/29/opinion/republicans-against-science.html?_r=1&smid=tw-NytimesKrugman&seid=auto
Do I know that climate change is real and man made? No, but I deeply suspect it to be so since it is in agreement with a number of scientific principles, and I have yet to see a well reasoned argument that would lead me to suspect otherwise. Do I believe that climate scientists have created 'climate change' to secure funding? No, no more than I think cancer biologists created cancer to secure funding. Do I know that the theory of evolution is true? Yes, as well as i know what will happen if I drop an apple on the earth or that the earth revolves around the sun.
It seems to me that if you cannot reconcile the theory of evolution with the existence of god, your faith must not be very strong.