No, I am not free to do this. As part of my label, I believe that God uses natural law in the category of Evolution to make humans the way he wanted them to be: and with the intention of making my views clear, I use a fairly distinctive label: God-Guided-Evolution.
Just so you know - - lots of YECs are a little stunned when they see the label, but they at least know how to discuss it. They don’t start insisting that the word Evolution must refer to Godless evolution … and that even if I specifically add the term “God” to it… it is a concept you can’t imagine. You reject the label, and give me one which is well known to apply to those who reject speciation, common descent, and natural selection.
But people with more flexible mind sets than your own, are able to imagine God using natural laws to make rain storms (perhaps most of the time), but as distinct from doing something with a “poof” of his word and sovereignty. You are the very first to disqualify the entire exercise by saying there is no difference between miracle and natural law, such that God cannot have used Evolution. Why? I have no idea. And you refuse to even attempt to sort it out - - because you think it is impossible to sort it out at all. You, my good friend, would have driven Newton absolutely bonkers.
In short, I cannot be “free” to label myself in connection to God-based Evolution, if you won’t even discuss the point with me because it violates your sense of propriety for how the word Evolution must be used?
You reject the idea of God & Evolution working together as though I was describing a circle with square corners… and you refuse to offer something that actually approximates my position.
I can’t imagine two more opposite correspondents, more gravely locked in languages that cannot communicate anything to each other: you and I.