If God created everything, why couldn’t God create evolution?
Oh, He could have. But if He did, He lied about it. On the other hand, is He not capable of creating everything exactly as He said He did?
If God created everything, why couldnt God create evolution?
Well, God (i.e., the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob) could have made something such as a process which is called "evolution", if He desired imperfection as a "showpiece" of His creative abilities -- and if He didn't have some other very specific goals to achieve as part of His creative process. Part of God's goal in the creation of mankind was to show the nature of sin and the judgement that it deserves and the perfection and holiness and wisdom of God Himself. Mankind is part of that process, in order to show that, in the end.
SO..., the problem is -- God created perfection in His creation and not a flawed process, such as evolution, which depends upon millions and millions of years of death and decay as part of its processes. With God's creation, He created perfection in His completed universe, from top to bottom, with no death and no decay, in those six days of His creative endeavors, as described in Genesis. He created it that way, until mankind brought the very physical process of death -- into the previously perfect universe that God created.
Of course, God knew this was going to happen, and He created mankind very specifically for this purpose, to show His perfection and wisdom and holiness -- and for the process of redeeming His perfect creation, back to its pristine condition, prior to the entrance of death and decay into the process of "being" and "existence" (that mankind brought into existence).
Prior to the "fall" of mankind to the wiles of Satan, in the Garden of Eden, there was no death or decay in the created universe that God had made. Death was introduced after that time, by the sinfulness of mankind -- as a "judgment" of God -- and (with the "bigger picture") for the purpose of showing God's perfection in bringing the creation back to its pristine and perfect condition, once again.
And so..., God could have created imperfection in the first place, if that's what He had wished to do. But, God did not choose to have "death and decay" enter into something that He made in perfection. And so He did not do it that way -- as the speculative theory of evolution tries to maintain is the case.
By God's own word, in the creation that He describes, in how He made it and for what purpose He made it -- the theory presented today (as "evolution") goes totally and completely against what God says He created and for what purpose He created it.
To accept this "theory" as a viable explanation of the things we see today is to basically reject what God says and basically that He even exists. The acceptance of evolution (as an explanation of what we see today) is the rejection of God, of His Word, of the explanations in Genesis and of the basic Christian faith -- as it all hinges on Genesis and that explanation. We not only don't have God any longer -- we no longer have Jesus Christ or Christianity.
Thus, it's obvious that evolution is not an explanation for what we see today, if we accept that God exists, that God spoke to us in Genesis (and the rest of the Bible) and through Jesus Christ as the Messiah of Israel. It's all totally invalid, in the understanding of evolution. That's why those two -- "God" (and His word, along with Jesus Christ and Christianity) is totally imcompatible with the understanding and acceptance of evolution. The two will never be accommodated to one another. One or the other dies...