To be fair, this is how a lot of Christians feel about atheists when atheists quote the Bible.
To us, it sounds like they know nothing of Christianity.
That's why I say, "impasse."
I don't want to get into a debate about how well I know the Bible, but I guess what you are saying is that I know the Bible well enough to know it is crap, and I don't want to study it the way you have. This is what you feel about evolution, so you make no attempt to learn about it. That is actually the way I felt about the subject of Economics, at school. I was fine until they starting using graphs, to show supply and demand, and pretending that people could be mathematically modelled. At that point, I could learn no more about economics.
You have introduced a false dichotomy. If I become suddenly being skeptical of evolution, it does not mean that I would start to take literal Christianity seriously, any more than the Quran, or Bramivishnavedas. Millions of Christians can believe in Jesus, and still believe in evolution, and see a powerful god, who uses evolution. It is not black and white.
The reason you have introduced this false dichotomy, is that if you realized that the the world was 4 billion years old, then your faith would fall apart. Whereas, if I were a Hindu, that would confirm my faith. For you, seeing anything outside what you want to see, is death to your belief.
When an atheist sees something outside his beliefs, it is interesting, because it might lead to some truth, if you can get to the bottom of it.