There is exactly one good reason to argue against evolution: if you are convinced it’s not true and if you are convinced it’s an important issue. If so, then feel free to raise arguments against it. Just make sure they’re good ones, which is what my last two posts were about: How Not To Argue Against Evolution, and How To Argue Against Evolution. (I am still talking specifically about naturalistic evolution, as I was in those two posts.)
If you think belief in evolution poses problems for belief in Christ, then I would say go back a few sentences and start over again.: Do you think evolution is false? Then (as I said before) feel free to raise arguments against it. If you think it’s false and it poses problems for belief in Christ, then go ahead and combine those arguments. But check yourself. What is it about evolution that interferes with belief in Christ? The real sticking point, surely, is the naturalistic part of naturalistic evolution—the belief that God wasn’t involved in the origin and development of life, or in anything else, for that matter.
Outside of that crucial point, I don’t know of anything about evolutionary theory that contradicts anything that’s essential to following Jesus Christ. If you think young earth creationism is essential, I suggest you seriously re-think that. There are plenty of strong believers who disagree with YEC (more on that here). Agreement on matters like the age of the earth, the descent (or not) of the species, and the extent of the Flood, is not essential to following Jesus Christ. To insist that it is essential may be to place a needless and false stumbling block before potential believers.