Am I correct that the argument you're stating is "I have faith that god is true and I have faith that evolution is true. There's no difference." If that is the position you're making, it's inaccurate. Evolution is the tentative explanation for the diversity we see on the planet. Is it 100% accurate, no questions asked, no doubt, end of discussion? No. That is not what science tries to do. Evolution is the best possible explanation given the evidence that is available. And we know it's the best because the it is demonstrable and anyone can examine the claims it makes and verify their accuracy. If more evidence becomes available, the model will change. But if we had 1% of the evidence for a god as we do for evolution, we could have a discussion.
If you believe a god is not supernatural, that would suggest that a god is natural. If a god is natural, it must be observable, testable, and verifiable. But because there's no way to observe a god, test for the existence of a god, or verify that a god exists, it's either supernatural or non-existent.
Take a few college classes in biology and your question will be answered.
And, of course, that doesn’t answer my question. Even if you were to disprove evolution that in no way brings you any closer to proving the existence of a god.