Just because a person is agnostic doesn't mean that they have to believe in evolution and the same goes for atheists and theists. Do you believe in evolution?
You are mistaken. It says right here in the 2020 Junior Agnostics Handbook, Rule 37b: “The Document of Affirmation of Belief in Evolution must be signed, notarized, and in the possession of the Office of Agnostic Certification no later than nine business days prior to the issuance of Agnostic License Card.”
Sorry. I don’t write the rules.
No, I don't believe in evolution. I accept that evolution has been proven as a scientific fact. There is over a century of empirical evidence, scientific study, and observed evolution in nature and in laboratories that provides overwhelming proof that evolution is real.
It doesn't mean you have to believe in gravity either, but if you're agnostic but you believe in things that have evidence to support it, then you believe in evolution. What you don't seem to get is that evolution is an observable fact in tbe same way that gravity is an observable fact. What can be contested is the theory of why those things happen. There is a theory of gravity, to explain the observable fact that a rock falls and there is a theory of evolution to explain the observable fact of evolution. You can be an agnostic and not believe Darwin's theory of how evolution occurs but to not believe in evolution itself is to be on the same level as a flat earther, dumb as mud.
evolution isn't a religion or a rumor. it is an observable natural occurrence. it doesn't matter whether we believe it; it chugs along without us. "theory" in science doesn't mean speculation, by the way. in addition, let's not confuse the big bang with evolution. yes, i know you didn't mention the big bang; i only mention it myself because people who don't understand what evolution is generally confuse or at least combine the two. anyway, no one who actually does know what evolution is about speaks of it in terms of belief, so i am wondering whether you do indeed understand it.