I doubt that man evolved, just as Darwin described it. It can not possibly be a consequence of biological accidents. If it were so, we still would not be where we are. Today there is enough evidence to disprove Darwin's theory. Here we should particularly keep in mind - it is a theory.
According to Darwin, and further research, the man has only existed for little more than a hundred thousand years. One hears it at school too.
However, next we hear of discoveries which tell of large, technologically advanced civilizations, which existed long before that.
Furthermore, we hear stories of suspected aliens, which make genetic experiments with humans.
Whatever. I am not in a position to say whether this is all true. However, I can say that one may doubt the old view.
After all that I heard earlier, saw and read, I understand better the stories of the Scriptures, which tell of the creation of man. With our current knowledge of genetics, it is absolutely inconceivable, other civilizations before us knew and took advantage of this as well. I also think it is conceivable and possible, the man was brought to earth and came originally from another planet in another solar system. Why not?
Under no circumstances do I believe that man was created by accident.