Evolution does not state that we came from a rock. It states that the first cells were created by a chemical reaction and that afterwards we evolved from them. This is more than possible and has been done in a laboratory in the past.
weatherkid wrote:1. The Law of Biogenesis, Life can only come from life. (Not some explosion)
It does state that, yes. Did your parents give birth to you?
weatherkid wrote:2. The second law of thermodyanamics. Everything tends towards total destruction
The second law of thermodynamics involves only entropy in closed systems. That being said, it has no guarantees over the speed of which entropy will arise -- in some conditions perhaps very quickly, others very slowly. We would be the latter condition.
weatherkid wrote:2. The moon has been getting steadly farther and farther away every year, if it has been there even for just a few million years, how come it's only 240,000 miles away??
Carbon dating has proven that the moon is about 30-50 million years younger than the rest of the Solar System and probably formed from a large collision with the Earth. Let's keep in mind that things have not always been in this state -- hence it has no always been moving away from us. Besides, do you have any idea how fast the Moon moves away from us? Answer: a nearly immeasurable amount per year. Additionally, keep in mind that the farther away from us the Moon gets, the faster it will move away from us.
Also, how do you intend to explain away things like the fossil record? Vestigal organs? Homozygous traits?