Well, I’ve been forced to do my own research since no one here seems to know of any examples of genetic information being added. I have found one documented example of this process (known as “gene duplication”). If you’re interested, please read the following articles:
Social, I agree with you that religion is not science. Also, you are correct that religion does not try to prove the truth, but rather it generally asserts it (but 1Smildanach is also right that this depends on the religion). However, I would like to make an important distinction here for those who are having trouble with it: Statements that disagree with or question evolution on a purely physical basis are not by nature “religious”. I know that I did address metaphysical issues in the previous thread, but that does not automatically classify every question or statement I ever make in the future as “religious” or metaphysical. I am addressing a physical issue here, and I hope that it can be answered physically.
EDIT: Social, some religions encourage followers to “seek the truth” and only suggest paths, but do not mandate the correct answer. I believe Buddhism is this way, but I may be wrong. BTW, thanks for the link. It spearheaded my research so far.