Science should reject Darwinism due to a fatal flaw.
Evolution is the belief that animals change to fit their changing environment or they die. So think about it, when a species evolves whichever ones did not change will die off. If this is true, why are there apes? If the lower primates had to evolve to humans or die, why do we still have both species living? If they didn't need to evolve then the most intelligent species would be apes and there would not be tool-welding humans.
The theory does indeed state that a species is required to evolve or die when strenuous demands are placed on the species over a long period of time. However, apes and humans are not actually direct ancestors of each other - they are both descendants of a common ancestor, who is now extinct. Apes and humans took two distinct evolutionary paths from this common ancestor: this is called divergent evolution, and it explains why both species are alive today.
P.S. This is simply stated from a biology student's perspective, not necessarily my personal own