When God says something, he means it.
Except when he doesn't. Like when he tells Abe to murder Isaac. Or when he tells Abe he's going to wipe out Sodom, flat out, and Abe negotiates with him. Or when yhwh says he's going to eradicate sin by drowning the whole world. Or when jesus H tells people he'll come back in their generation.
But otherwise, yeah, totally,
If God does not say that macroevolution ever happened, then it didn't happen.
god doesn't say a lot of things happen, but they do, in fact, happen. God is mum on microwaves, radio waves, gamma waves, nuclear radiation, quarks, glueons, muons, nutrinos, bosons, electrons, lightning rods, the entire field of chemistry (except for the instructions to a Potion of Truth), internal combustion engines, geosynchronous satellites, quasars, pulsars, novas, black holes, spiral galaxies, North America, South America, the poles, magnets, glory holes, aquaducts, turbines, semiconductors, and modern weapons. Yet, all that stuff is real.
I know you won't, but you might want to reconsider your position on that.
Atheists may hate us literalists, but they can't deny it's the most honest and respected way of believing the Bible.
I deny that.