Because these things are always jabs at anti evolutionists here is some clarification.
"While the law lets us calculate quite a bit about what happens, notice that it does not tell us anything about why it happens. That is what theories are for. In the language of science, the word "theory" is used to describe an explanation of why and how things happen. For gravity, we use Einstein's Theory of General Relativity to explain why things fall."
A "law" is a readily observable fact about something. It is something that isobvious and undeniable. Allow me to clear up a common misconception right nowlaws are not a "higher" stage than theory, and no theory ever becomes a law.
Theory and a Law?
The Difference between a Hypothesis a Theory and a Law there are very distinct. A hypothesis is a statement that can be tested. A theory is a statement that has not been tested. A Law is a statement that is relevant and is true.