Don't try to gulp down the whole camel with one swallow.
Evolution is not about how life got here in the first place. The simplest question vis a vis organic evolution is simply whether life changes over time. In other words, do new species emerge from common stock? Do these species diverge to the point where reproductive isolation occurs?
At the point where a species is no longer fertile with other members of the parent family (e.g. The Fox and other members of the Dog family; the Cheetah and other members of the Cat family) the basic building block of evolution becomes a reality that is difficult to deny.
It then becomes a question of how far this process may go. For example, did the Dog, Bear and Racoon all descend from a common ancestor? Did modern Cactus plants descend from the Pereskiopsis? Are the Rhinocerous and Horse related? Why is the Hippopotamus believed to be the closest relative of modern Whales?
Once you start truly looking at these questions in depth, it becomes very difficult to take strict creationism seriously.