Since most people are not mad enough to believe in Creationism (though a large and growing number do manage it by being so deluded as to deny evolution, cosmology, paleontology, geology etc. etc. just so they can believe the literal truth of a bible written by men over 2000 years ago who were ignorant of such scientific advances) then people must choose atheism.
Those who try to steer a middle ground between religion and evolution are being even more illogical than the Creationists.
Robert Stovold of the Brighton & Hove Humanist Society has written an excellent article - "Evolution: A Nightmare for Theologians".
"The human embryo develops like that of a monkey – both embryos develop fur, a tail, and toes that are opposable (like our thumbs). In the human embryo though, the tail is almost totally re-absorbed (only a small tailbone remains). Most of the fur is lost, and the opposable toes twist around so that they are useful for walking but not for gripping. It’s unlikely that a divine designer would make things develop in such a roundabout way, but evolution can explain all of this quite neatly."