Let's start with the age of the universe, shall we? The preponderance of evidence indicates it is billions of years old, not merely thousands, and that contradicts a whole lot of what you believe. Let's look at the phenomena of life, shall we? The preponderance of evidence indicates that primitive life forms appeared first, and that complex ones appeared later, millions of ye ...[text shortened]... er science is wrong, or the literal interpretation of the Bible is wrong, they cannot both be right.
I question your preponderance of evidence, you have NO IDEA how old it is, and even if it's thousands or billions of years old that isn't a debatable point, we simply do not know and that isn't even the main question. It can be billions of years old and God did it or thousands of years old and God did it, it can be either one so no matter how old it is that doesn't rule out God.
The phenomena of life, again, you have no idea how old the earth is, it doesn't matter, claiming billions of years old, I can grant you that, and it does not help your case one wit. Some of the processes in life are time-sensitive something requires the correct action after a reaction to occur, adding billions of years doesn't help an issue that has hours to get right or start over.
Suggesting we see simpler life in what we call older (cannot prove) time periods in life doesn't mean anything we see simpler life in the here and now. If you want to base all of your reasons to believe on our ability to say how old something is, you are doing so on faith, evolution did it. None of that addresses all of the complex work in life that we see taking place with the timing, nothing about the evolutionary theory suggests foreknowledge or understanding to come up with necessary mutations to handle changes in the environment in a life-friendly manner, again faith.
You have no mechanism that can explain how the instructions in life got there, and if you want to play word games on how we describe all of the processes in life that follow distinct patterns of act, and reactions, give me your terminaologies of choice.