I have two points to make:
1)Regardless of whether or not your argument is ultimately religiously based, the "scientific" narrative of origins deviates from that of the Torah. Torah trumps "science" . . . always.
2)You need to get the idea that there is a separate category of life called "religion" out of your head. There is only G-d, and G-d's commandments apply to every aspect of life . . . "religious" or not. Furthermore, the only reason anything is objectively wrong is because of Divine decrees. There is no such thing as secular morality, secular ethics, or (ultimately) secular laws. There is only G-d. Unfortunately, conservatism is poisoned by the "western civilization" of Greco-Roman philosophy, which is precisely why this has been building for the past two thousand years. Plus conservatives make use of this identical "enlightenment" ideology in condemning islam.
The only “enlightenment” I will admit to is when Christ came and said “Let him without sin cast the first stone”. There is no such thing in Islam, however. Their popular saying “Jihad is our way” sums it up. They believe they’re perfectly justified in killing someone who doesn’t stack up to their standards.