So, you should say "Adaptation and Christianity are perfectly compatable", Because God in his infinite wisdom included in all the seeds oflife a wide spectrum of genes etc. that would lay dormant until needed to help his creation adapt to changing conditions.
There’s plenty of evidence for evolution—it’s been discussed on this board over and over again. More importantly, the scientific literature is fairly unified on the topic. Of course, if evidence to the contrary is found and confirmed, then the scientific position will change. That’s the way science works.
Speaking of God’s infinite wisdom, I think that evolution was a stroke of genius, don’t you?
The species concept has changed considerably over the centuries. We now classify species according to phylogeny (genetic relationships) and not so much the morphology. It is a verifiable fact that genes are involved directly in protein synthesis.
If it is possible to argue that the God of Genesis could have worked at the genetic level rather than only the phenotype level, there may be a way to reconcile evolution and Genesis. Still seems like a pretty hopeless match up.