Evolution is a topic of science, not metaphysics. So there is no "shining a light" here. It's all about studying dry facts, accumulating evidence, and walking away with the inference which is logically correct. The first place to go to see how that is done is Darwin's Origin of the Species. To date there does not exist any piece of work which refutes it. (Other than some updates that came with new discoveries). It seems to me that if Fundamentalists want to attack the teaching of evolution, then they need only refute Darwin. And that's not going to happen. The only way you can hope to do that is by claiming that God came back and did a second creation on Galapagos, and designed it like a trick, with just enough species having the false appearance of having evolved from mainland animals, and this, only to mislead Darwin into propounding his theory. How absurd is that?