Science deals with the natural world. It doesn’t deal with anything super natural. By definition. Do you understand that statement? Good, we can move on.
If science finds an answer to how something happend, we call that something ‘natural’. From a theistic point of view you can still claim that God made it happen in that particular way. But if that particular way obeyed the laws of science as we understand them (even if, from a theistic perspctive you want to claim that God designed thise laws), we still call it natural.
If Science hasn’t found an answer, it says: ‘We don’t know’. You could then claim that God is the cause, but you are doing that in amy case for the things that happen in a natural way. So you haven’t addd anything different but you are setting yourself up to look foolish if science does come up with a natural answer. God of the gaps as it were.
If science declares that something has happened that definately does not obey natural laws, then they will declare it to be super natural and all those with a deity that they could claim has caused it will be free to argue their case.
Evolution has very many scientific explanations. Much much more than either of us has of even being remotely able to understand even a tiny fraction of it. And that’s on the assumption that we would be interested in learning about it. In your case, that is not the case.