Yeah they would. And I can clearly see, just by looking at nature, that all this didn't just happen when some random singularity decided to expand, and somehow life came about, and then a fish whom, nobody knows had gills or lungs, decided to crawl onto land for no reason whatsoever, and then the meteor that supposedly killed the dinosaurs didn't kill the mammal that we'd later evolve from. In my eyes, everything is designed and not just an accident when some random explosion happened.
Religion and Science are not there to oppose eachother. They work hand in hand. Science is just showing the world the wonderful creations of God in the universe.
Many scientists are faith based, and every year more and more things mentioned in the Bible are being discovered by scientists, geologists, archaeologists etc.
Where did matter come from?
Christians believe God is preexistent, the "uncaused Cause". Secular/humanist/evolutionary philosophy believes in... matter as preexistent? How does that align with the Laws of Thermodynamics?
Infinite time + infinite chance = incredibly detailed, intricate and fully functioning everything is nonsensical, illogical, and mathematically impossible. It requires more faith to believe that than it does to look at the exponentially complex and beautiful universe around us and believe that there is a Being behind that can explain why things are the way they are.
Baptist. Somewhere between IFB and SBC to be precise.
Imagine polluting the Church founded by Christ so much that it required wholesale reformation. ;-)
Also, the rock the Christ founded the Church on was the declaration that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the Living God. Furthermore, the church is more than the structure, it's the individual members that make up the Body.