Unless one is committed to taking some parts of the Biblical creation accounts literally (no one successfully takes them literally in their entirety, whatever they might claim), then there is no fundamental incompatibility between evolution and creation. God may be the ground of the whole universe which includes evolution, or God may bring into existence the universe that evolves life, or God may in some sense be or be embodied in/as the evolving universe, or some other relationship. Ward argues (pp.68-69) that it is important to distinguish between creation (the idea that the material universe depends for its existence on something that transcends it) and creationism (which in practice usually means pseudoscience – that’s my statement, not Ward’s). In a similar way, Ward takes a favorable view of positing “design” as a way to account for the character of our universe that produces life and allows it to evolve, but not of seeking specific instances in which a Designer “intervened” to “tinker” (again, that’s my way of putting it).
Keith Ward, Big Questions in Science and Religion 3: Is Evolution Compatible with Creation?