"The theory of evolution's greatest enemy is death."
Uh, ok. That's a new one to me.
"They hope to explain life, but I would like to hear them address the reason for death!"
Actually, evolution explains the diversity of life, not life itself. Biology as a whole tends to deal with that one.
"Now where - outside of the bible, are they going to find evidence that any have lived beyond the 70 or so years we seem to have?"
Medical journals? There's a handful of verified accounts of people living to be 120 or so.
"And where in those 70 years has anyone seen this spontaneous eruption of some evolved attribute which we do not yet have?"
Evolution of new adaptations has been observed in biology labs around the world. Hell, the Nylonase bacteria are an example of evolution of a new trait. You're not going to see it in humans though, if that's what you're babbling about. We don't live long enough, nor reproduce quickly enough to see such things outside of the fossil record; at least traits you probably want like "wings" or some bullshit. We can see smaller types of evolution in humans, such as resistance to various diseases like Malaria.
"Except in butterflies that is... which always seem to come forth in a predictable manner."
Huh? Peppered Moth reference perhaps? No clue...