Being far from an expert on any of it - I find molecular biology very difficult, even for its frequent deemphasis of God - yet I can't help but be moved by some of the argumentation contained therein.
From the Wiki entry, for example on "Human mitochondrial DNA haplogroup":
Understanding the evolutionary path of the female lineage has helped population geneticists trace the matrilineal inheritance of modern humans back to human origins in Africa and the subsequent spread across the globe.
The letter names of the haplogroups run from A to Z. As haplogroups were named in the order of their discovery, they do not reflect the actual genetic relationships.
The woman at the root of all these groups is the matrilineal most recent common ancestor (MRCA) for all currently living humans. She is commonly called Mitochondrial Eve.
It's very compelling, and unless one is a "young Earth creationist", which I'm not, nonetheless the "Glory of God" shows forth very clearly to me in these datum, although certainly not conclusive - as good science never really is - yet it can't help but challenge my faculties at least, such as they may be.