If you are of the opinion the Book of Genesis precludes Darwinian precepts, clearly you need to reacquaint yourself with the Old Testament, Genesis specifically. Yes, you must go back and read it again because Genesis clearly spells out evolutionary process right from the very first verse. Far from debunking Charles Darwin, it prefigures him. In this particular field I mean, of course.
Observe the progression among the fauna, alone. The first livings things beyond the flora appear in Chapter One, verse twenty: "And God went on to say: 'Let the waters swarm forth a swarm of living souls and let flying creatures fly over the earth upon the face of the expense of the heavens.'"
Verse twenty-four, the next "day," after satisfaction in that endeavor: "And God went on to say, 'Let the earth put forth living creatures according to their kinds, domestic animal and moving animal and wild beast of the earth according to its kind' And it came to be so."
Verse twenty-six, after a further expression of satisfaction: "And God went on to say, "Let us make man in our image, according too our likeness, and let them have in subjection the fish of the sea and the flying creatures of the heavens and the domestic animals and all the earth and every moving animal that moves upon the earth.'"
One should clearly see here a distinct progression at play here, a process of development; also clear is a basic establishment of classifications, by the way. But this isn't delved into more deeply of course because The Holy Bible has others matters to proceed upon! Nonetheless, evolution and progression are established facts and desirable traits. This is beyond refutation.
Note too, in light of our undeniable visceral and structural similarities with all the other creatures, when God proceeds to make "man in His own image" He cannot be speaking of the physical nature (or, do you believe God is Opposing Thumbs, ignoring that our simian cousins share that trait?) but of something else entirely which is hinted at by the immediate mention of our sovereign nature in this world and on this Earth. In this, there is a message.
Need I remind you, God neither consumes nor despoils the World? I think we all need to do a little more reading, eclectically at that; and critical analysis should help more than hurt our common endeavors.