I hadn't meant to insult.
The goal posts have always been there, most folks want concrete proofs not inferential proofs. Evolution as it is currently argued for still comes across as an abstract concept to most folks(religious or otherwise) demonstrable via inferences to observed data only.
A plane flies despite some questions concerning the nature of the theories of lift, to most folks the behaviour of the plane is proof of concept.
I personally think adaptations within a genus and the species that derive from them do happen over time, lest vast quantities of life get wiped out when climate changes occur, or new predators ect... The real contention lies in whether or not a divine God has anything to do with the process. I do recognize that the origin of life, ie. the emergence of the DNA helix is separate issue from evolution proper.
Then there is the problem of man, whose very consciousness acts in antithesis to the very process of evolution(for sake of the discussion) that alledgedly produced him.
Views of evolution not withstanding, I think where man is concerned, the processes that developed him have been tinkered with...take that how you will!
But nobody is arguing against such beliefs (much). Only that they aren't based on science and shouldn't be taught in a science class.