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I agree with you that trying to harmonize a theistic perspective (Genesis) with a non-theistic perspective will not work. However, I don't think that is what most theistic evolutionists are trying to do. If we look at the current literal 24-hr day world view account of Genesis and the Flood, we still don't know details of "how" God did it. He tells us that He did it and what happened, but what it actually looked like and how it actually happened, no one knows. Theistic evolutionists are saying that it might have looked like evolution. They are not trying to compromise the Bible or strip the Bible of its authority or its historicity. They acknowledge that the Bible is the Word of God and that those events in Genesis did indeed occur. They are proposing that the processes of what we call "evolution" may be how things played out.
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