Macro-evolution and faith are incompatible, yes: there's no doubt about that. But don't confuse true science with evolutionism.
Are we to assume that cancer is not "bad", and that the rispiritory system, with all its wonders, is not "good"?
Another evolutionist joined the conversation, eager to prevent Melvyn from using that nasty “intelligence” concept again: “This is one thing that we’re always very careful of when we’re talking in the public sphere, because this idea of intelligence is very seductive”.
Did the universe have a beginning, or is it eternal? For centuries most philosophers thought the latter...
Why the rise of systematic study of science in Europe in the 16th and 17th centuries? It required a certain form of thinking.