By such a ridiculously high standard of proof, no one would accept any religion either, or anything else at all.
If those are the lengths you will go to in order to shield yourself from following the massive amounts of evidence where it overwhelmingly indicates, I will not trouble you with pesky real-world evidence. Enjoy your beliefs, I hope they serve you well. I wouldn't dream of making you uncomfortable by presenting you with facts which might cause you to question your premises.
If I believed I evolved from a monkey, which I don't, that would not necessarily prevent me from believing in a Creator. After all, the monkey didn't just appear.
IMO, the greatest evidence of a Creator is the vast world of creatures from amoebas to the most evolved mammals, the amazingly endless number and types of plant life...so much variety and creativity! Honestly, I am not trying to be combative. I'm just expressing that the more I learn about the world, the less likely it seems that it is all just random, and happened on its own. And though my theory is just as provable as yours, I don't think evolution must exclude Creation, or vice-versa.