My main problem with reconciling evolution and God is that the natural world is not objectively meaningful or purposeful. Evolution is not planned, or goal-oriented, as other users have said. It is a non-random process of selection based on largely random mutations and developments. The first sea creatures to set foot on solid ground dd not do so with the hopes of eventually leading to Humanity. Why would God create ants, or fleas, or amoebas? What's the point? That being said, we are in a wonderful position. We may have arrived here through no particular plan, with no particular purpose, but we are here now. We are in the position to understand the natural world, and more importantly, to change it. To control it. To end the tyranny of nature, which is the tyranny of circumstance and insufficiency.