[First and foremost, God the Father reveals Godself in Jesus Christ and not in any book or thing.]
God the Father reveals Godself in Jesus the Messiah (Savior) and the Logos, Whose Witness is found in the Bible, Nature, and the Church. Thus according to this belief the understanding of theology and nature should be consistent with each other, which it is not if the evolution of life is based on reconciliation and harmony, but conflict.
Also according to the philosophy of science the universe is a cosmos meaning that the universe is a harmonious whole. Thus there should not be a conflict between the Christian understanding of the universe and the scientific view of the universe, because Christians understand that the universe is a rational and comprehensible harmonious whole (Cosmos.)
On the other hand some scientists have broken with this understanding of the universe and claim that it is not a harmonious whole, but it is in effect an irrational chaos governed by chance. With this view I do not agree based on theological grounds, scientific grounds, and philosophical grounds.