“...if I’m not an evolutionist, my questions don’t get credited, or even heard.”
I assume that you’re referring to a science class. If so, and if you are challenging evolution on the basis of faith, then you should not be surprised.
Only faith in philosphical naturalism is allowed in 'science' class. This faith is based on 2 fallacies.
First is the fallacy where P is assumed since P implies Q, Q implies P, and Q is observed. This is known as the fallacy of affirming the consequent.
Second is the fallacy where philosophical naturalism is assumed because natural laws exist. This is the fallacy of false cause or non sequitur.
Those two fallacies are all that are needed to justify ignoring all potential causes that do not assume philosophical naturalism 'a priori'.