Evolution, akin to religion, involves making certain a priori or metaphysical assumptions, which at some level cannot be proven empirically (Atheist Michael Ruse).
Conflicts between science and religion result from misinterpretations of the Bible (Maimonides).
Since the material reality is not completely intelligible in itself it has to be grounded in something which has an intelligibility that is at once complete and real. This is … identified with the unrestricted act of understanding that possesses the property of God and accounts for everything else (Bernard Lonergan: Insight).
If a worldview, such as naturalism, gives us no reason to think that our belief-forming mechanisms are generally trustworthy, then we have no reason to believe that worldview is true (Spiegel: The Making of an Atheist).