You should focus more. A debate between creation and evolution need not include anything about the creation of the universe, or the earth, or Genesis, or Christianity at all. Evolution has nothing to say about any of these issues. Evolution is a branch of science that only explains the diversity of living things on earth. The inference is that life on earth arose through abiogenesis - and here's where the debate is - a creationist (of any faith) would argue that life on earth was created by some sort of deity.
Evolution does not say there is no deity, it merely says that we can explain all of life's diversity without having to resort to a supernatural explanation. Creationist faiths don't have to say that there's no such thing as evolution, only that abiogenesis was mediated by a deity.
It will do you know good to try to attack the science of evolution because proving evolution wrong will never prove creationism right. At best you can show where the science is still immature, at worst you may prove that you misunderstand the science and lose all credibility.
Science knows next to nothing about how abiogenesis actually occurred, and creationist faiths take their scripture as literal so there's not really much to debate.