Who can say that God didn't create man as a neanderthal and gave us the power to evolve on our own.
I suppose that in the 1600 years between Creation and the Flood, man evolved enough to build and use the technology that built the ark? You can believe what you want, but evolutionary theory is still incompatible with the Bible.
After all, look at how much more we know now, in comparison to 2000 years ago when Jesus walked this earth.
That is entirely external to the debate at hand. Would you say that we've taken a quantum leap forward in the last 500 years in terms of evolution? Of course not - even the minor differences in height and so on can be attributed to better food and less disease. But have we (re)learned a huge amount of scientific information in the last 500 years? Yes.
...but I really don't think we should just throw out the idea of evolution.
Considering that all the evidence for evolution is either faked, incorrect, or open to wide interpretation, what other option besides throwing it out do you have? I suppose you can continue to believe in it even so, but like I said above, that makes it a religion, not science, and one incompatible with the Bible at that.