I believe that railing against evolution is pointless. Only the most stubborn creationists doubt evolution. Rather, the main criticism these days is directed at the mechanism of evolution, namely whether random mutations are the driving force behind natural selection. There are quite a few books out there that criticize Darwinism from this angle, and I recommend reading those if you want to get involved in the debate.
The current debate is not whether or not evolution occurs (indisputable), but whether or not there is a driving force (i.e., a divine hand) that directs evolution. In this, the Anthroposophists have the strongest argument, IMHO.
For the best argument in favor of directed evolution, I highly recommend this book:
"All our words are but crumbs that fall down from the feast of the mind." - Khalil Gibran
"The Perfect Man has no self; the Holy Man has no merit; the Sage has no fame." - Chuang Tzu