This question was raised on another blog. Here is my response.
I trust the evidence plus good logic more than I trust any one person. But as for people, I tend to trust:
1. scientists (and others who have studied the evidence) who show a good grasp of the proper methodology for the historical sciences.
2. people who show that they are willing to wrestle with all the evidence, including the evidence that poses problems for evolutionary theory
3. people who show a good grasp of logic and epistemology, and a humble approach to what the evidence can establish.
4. people who address opposing arguments in their strongest form.
5. people who do not put unfounded limits on what God can do and how he can do it.