Therefore, the fact that you don't understand how God could exist in a different paradigm, doesn't make it magic either. Thing is, both evolutionists and creationists are in a tie, when it comes to the "unexplained". We will/may never understand some things, but that doesn't mean that they aren't real. But what is the better option, when confronted with "we just don't know"? Chance or intelligent design. Based on what we perceive.
You're in luck. I'm a non-expert on the bible, so I won't be throwing any quotes at you and ask what they mean, or how they mean something different to me than to you.
I became an atheist because it was readily apparent to me that the christian religion was a myth just like all the other myths they were teaching me in school. Magic this, moral lesson that, heros and villains, and of course, gods. The only difference between a hindu god and a christian god is that different groups are falling for the stories. And just as you know that the many armed hindu god vishnu is not real, hindu's know that the two armed god yahweh is not real. Since I'm so all-inclusive, I look at both religions and say both are false.
Now as it happens, the many discoveries of science keep validating my point of view. Or at least not challenging said view. The bible says if you mate goats in front of a striped stick you'll get stripped goats. Science says bullpuppy, and describes a provable model of how genetics work. The bible said the snakes eat dirt. Science has proven otherwise. The bible says the earth was flooded and completely under water, science can't find even a hint that such a thing happened. And of course the disconnect between the creation story and the reality of science is quite noticeable too.
(I am aware that various fundamentalists have put forth various ideas about how current landforms and canyons and erosion patterns prove a flood, but all of the "science" they use to prove such claims is made up. None of it is consistent with anything real scientists have discovered. How do I know? I can understand every word that scientists use to disassemble the fundamentalist's claims. I can't for the life of me figure out how the fundy's came up with their theories. They make no sense from the get-go.)
The more fundamental a christian you are, the more you have to diss the reality described by science, because there is a huge difference in the back story. And while social scientists and brain researchers can explain the source of religion (as a cultural phenomena aided by tendencies in the brain to see things that aren't there), about all believers can do to try putting down religion is say "Uh-huh, that's not true". With no demonstrable way of backing up such generic claims.
The fact that ID proponents or biblical scholars impress you with their various stories doesn't make any of them true. While you base your beliefs on hope and faith, millions of scientists around the world are researching, discovering, confirming and otherwise putting together a story of the whole universe that actually makes sense. Or at least (in the case of quantum physics) can predict with great accuracy what we will find, even when nobody can figure out exactly how the heck it works.
Do we know everything? Of course not. We haven't had the time of the money or the scientific wherewithal to do that, and probably never will. There is no way to know absolutely everything. But enough of science has put together enough of an explanation to make our general view of reality one that is far more understandable than anything any religion has managed to assemble.
And do keep in mind that not all scientists are atheists. Atheism itself is merely one point of view that gives one group of people one point of view about reality. Many a scientist has at least a spiritual view of the world, and some are downright believers. And yet they look for more knowledge in the right places and see no conflict between their beliefs and their work.
You don't like evolution. It makes no sense to you. So you claim it can't be true. We don't agree with the concept of any god, let alone your's. The idea makes no sense to us. So we claim it isn't true. And of course, in the process of disassembling your god ideas we will mention things like how much more moral we humans are than your christian god. I can't actually speak for any of the others, but personally I would never give a thought to drowning the entire planet, giving the egyptians a hard time, turn a person to salt, trick Adam and Eve, let "my people" wander around lost in the desert for 40 years, scare the crap out of Abraham by making him think he had to kill his son, or off my boy just to fix my own mistake in Eden. Not to mention my inability leave people in the dark or cause doubt or depend on faith or send billions of innocent (or at least halfway decent) humans to hell and an eternity of torment. Plus, I can't imagine wanting to let a bunch for goodie two-shoes into my heaven for an eternity. That would torment me.
Now of course you have a huge disadvantage over us. We don't have any imaginary boss that you can denounce as false. We are short of stories for which there is no historical evidence. Those of us not big into religion haven't narrowed our worldview down small enough to rely on one book that can fit into a motel room nightstand. I'd apologize, but for what?
If believers and those of us who accept evolution, are in a tie regarding the "unexplained", it is because the everything that you have that you can't explain is equal in volume to the few little things we can't quite understand yet.
That doesn't make it a tie. I'd call it a coincidence.