Well, now, here's some awkward introspection:
Pope Benedict XVI visited Auschwitz on Sunday, walking through the gates in the footsteps of more than a million Jews, Poles, Roma, gays and others who were killed at the Nazi concentration camp...
"In a place like this, words fail; in the end, there can be only a dread silence, a silence which itself is a heartfelt cry to God: Why, Lord, did you remain silent? How could you tolerate all this?"
Why, yes, and that's an excellent question. Given that so many Christians reject biological evolution unless you can give them an hour-by-hour, exactly-detailed report on every step in the process and show them a fossil for every single organism that ever existed throughout the history of time, it's just a little weaselly for some of those same folks to be standing there with this vacant expression on their faces, going, "Yup, that was some bad craziness, all right and don't that just beat all? Man, He sure does work in mysterious ways, don't He?"
No shit. And when those folks can produce an excruciatingly detailed, rigorous and thoroughly complete rationale for why their deity sat back on His Ass and allowed arguably the most horrific example of genocide in the history of mankind, then we can have this evolution chat again, don't you think?