Yet it still is a learned thing. Nothing deviates from that.
A belief in the Christian God isn't the only form of religious belief in history. There were no Christians among the Native Americans before the Europeans came, but there were probably very few atheists too. They had lots of creation myths of their own. Same with the Chinese and the Aborigines, they were all generally religious people. If you had asked them if they believe that spirits exist, or even that a Great Spirit exists, they would mostly have said yes.
Yes, the two are the same. One was merely what a theory was, and the other was what a particular theory was, i.e. the Evolutionary Theory. It's like saying what a language is, then going further in depth and saying what Swahili is.
Did you say this before? You only said: "A theory is defined as a working description of scientific facts." Genetic mutation is a scientific fact, yes. But "innumerable instances" of genetic mutation leading to the evolution of fish into amphibians, amphibians into reptiles, and reptiles into birds and mammals is something that can only be proposed based on the interpretation of a number of fossils.
Here's the odd part, I was a part of a Pentecostal church once. I did witness the "laying on hands" and other such "miracles." But when it came time for them to lay their hands on me, what happened? Nothing. Everyone else was falling into "hypnotic" trances and I merely as faking it. As a Christian at the time, I felt like either I was betraying God, or God was betraying me, or something along those lines, but now reading up on hypnotic trances and the state of the mind, it is easily explained by self-induced chemicals which alter brain activity. This is probably what causes the religious experience to begin with, and why this is present in most religions including Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, and various native religions of Africa, America, and Australia. But as for seeing something miraculous, nothing. Has a dead person been raised from the dead? As soon as a Christian can do that (as it is stated they could from the Bible itself!) I'll be a believer.
Go visit a Pentecostal church sometime. You might see something that would inconvenience you. As it is, you seem to be claiming there is no such thing as light because you've never tried to open your eyes.