First, we need to prove that every living thing is born from at least one living parent - that's an easy one, as life doesn't create itself spontaneously
Next, we need to prove that there is an enormous variety of life in the plant and animal kingdoms - another easy one as we can see this with our own eyes as we look around
Finally, we must prove that simpler forms of life came into existence long before more complex forms of life - this can be a sticky one.
The first two are easily proven, but we need to prove the third to prove evolution is a factual thing that occurs. However, we all need to take the word of scientists when they say they dug down deep and only found simple forms of life, unless we are willing to take the shovel into our hands and do it ourselves.
If one wants to disprove evolution then they only need to dig deep and keep finding fossils of complex organisms. That, in and of itself, would be absolute proof that evolution is a lie. However, if one continues to dig and they keep finding lesser complex organisms, then is that to say they didn't dig far enough? That's the only valid argument against evolution and it will always remain until someone digs clear to the mantel of the Earth, which is impossible.
Myself, I believe in God and I believe in evolution. In fact, I believe evolution is a mechanism used by God to create new life forms. However, just because one chooses to believe or disbelieve in evolution doesn't stop it from occurring, it's just a difficult concept to take in as it happens over many lifetimes, so we never actually witness it occur.
So ... no junk science ... just three facts which are easily proven. Also, no Darwinism either, as Darwin was wrong about much of what he said, but Darwin wasn't the father of evolution, he was just someone trying to explain how he thought it worked ... and he made a few mistakes along the way. :)