So far, there's only one piece of evidence supporting this - the Bible (and Koran). But there are literally thousands of pieces of evidence - common genes and mutations and other genetic material - supporting the idea that we share a common ancestor with the (other) great apes.
Just the Bible and Koran. No other religion has anything much like Genesis.
The evidence we have is exactly the same evidence that evolutionists have. Fossils are fossils are fossils. The difference is, we have a different worldview. We accept the fact of the existence of God, and His creative acts. The history of those acts is recorded in the Bible, that is true. But that does not automatically negate our interpretation of the facts.
I teach my students that truth claims are only true ir they comport with reality. Your truth claim of lot's of evidence for evolution just won't stand up to what is actually being discovered. The incredible complexity of even the smallest cell, chock full of information, defies an evolutionary explanation. The smallest known cell contains 482 genes and 540,00 base pairs in its DNA, and it doesn't have enough genetic information to live on its on - it is a parasite. So where did all the information for the first stand alone living cell come from? Evolutionist cannot answer that question...and yet that is the most basic question that can be asked.