Well, I reckon the moon and evolution are both true. A few blokes have been to the moon, I believe 'em, I can see the moon and I've had a good gander at it through my boyhood telescope and me binocs. It's wonderful in so many ways. I like the science of of the moon, but the science can wait until I take a break from marvelling at the moon in all its truthful glory. Evolution isn't a solid object like the moon, but that's no reason why it should be harder to accept. We can see the products of evolution all around us, the beauty, diversity and complexity of life on our pale blue dot. There is absolutely no other way it could have got there. The science (which I love - in fact, I'm a biologist who did loads of genetics and evolution and palaeobotany at university) can wait until I take a break from marvelling at what evolution has done for our beautiful planet. There's no rush.