@DBASRA99, Welcome Darrell,
Thank you for your question, It is an important one and a difficult one, because science resists the idea that God interferes with science,. Certainly most of us believe that God created humans in God’s own Image through evolution.
The problem is Darwin believed that evolution was not innately random, but directed by Natural Selection, but he did not believe that God directed evolution. He believed it was directed by a process based on an relentless struggle for survival.
I am not against science, but I am not a scientist by profession. I am an active participant in the BioLogos dialogue between faith and science, but I am not a part of the BioLogos organization. I speak for no one but myself.
Now let me tell you what I see. I see that God created the Heavens and the earth and God created humans in God’s own Image. That of course is a faith statement, but that does not mean that it does not have a rational foundation. If God, meaning the God of the Bible, did not create the universe, then Who or even What could have done this?
If we know God as the Creator of the universe, and we can see that we are created in God’s Image with the ability to think, create, and love, the Who could have created us by God? If God created us as we are through evolution then that must be so. However God does not act through selfishness, like the Selfish Gene of Dawkins, nor does God create through unrelenting struggle as with the Survival of the Fittest.
Therefore it seems to me that we can say that God did create humans using e3volution which God guided through Natural Selection, bit not in the way Darwin or Dawkins say. Our task is to discover for ourselves how God did it, which of course is the task of science in general. I hope this is helpful.