What am I if I believe we were created to evolve through natural processes?
The keyword is "created". If you believe a creator was necessary to the process, you're a creationist. To be fair though, we most often use the word for the worst kind of science-deniers. You're only the second or third worst kind.
Liek I prefer not to be called a Christian. Disciple is better, because I am always learning.
A disciple of Christ would be somebody who follows the teachings of Christ. You'd learn more by broadening your scope. Right now, your belief in Christ seems to be holding your learning back - e.g. you can't seem to learn that the Flood never happened.
I never offered a hypotheses. I just offered evidence.
Read the topic title. You said that it was evidence OF the flood. That is a hypothesis of sorts. But does your evidence support the flood story? Do animals seek shelter in non-flood situations? Yes. So your hypothesis fails.
There is evidence, you just choose to ignore it based on other evidence.
Nobody is ignoring your evidence. They're ignoring your interpretation of the evidence - because it's nonsensical.
You must believe in God by faith.
In order for that statement to be true, you cannot use objective evidence to believe in God.
That statement isn't true. Jesus Himself encouraged Thomas to use objective evidence.
When He said "Blessed are those who did not see and yet believed" He was indeed saying that would have been preferable.
No. When He said, "Blessed are those who did not see and yet believed," He was saying, "Blessed are those who did not see and yet believed." The preference is something you're adding to it.
We are all in that position now, we are not going to get Thomas' special audience, so it is far better to believe the witnesses than stubbornly refuse to believe unless we are given direct proof.
No again. Belief is a poor substitute for direct evidence.
And we come around again to what it means to believe. Is belief the mouthing of "Lord! Lord!" or is it the doing of His wishes? And if we do what He wishes, what difference does it make what we profess?
What this is about is being able to be open minded enough so you won't be held back from finding Christ.
People who "find Christ" tend to be anything but open-minded. Open-minded doesn't mean gullible; it doesn't mean receptive to woo. If you were really open-minded you'd be open to the idea that Christ doesn't exist, that He never existed.
You can find Bigfoot without believing he exists. You have to be open to the evidence. There is no evidence that the Flood ever happened. There is no evidence that animals flock to humans for aid in times of adversity. And there is less evidence for Christ than there is for Bigfoot.