And how would you teach that in a science class? What physical mechanisms were used?<quoted text>I only know what I gather from the scripture. We read that God is the father of all things and he is a Spirit with cloudlike hands and he created the angels who have the appearance of men. We read that God said "Let us make man in our image and likeness and let them have dominion over all the earth" and Adam was created from the dust of the earth. We read that Eve (the mother of all descendants) was made from Adams rib when he was put into a deep sleep. The power of our Creator was at work here and I can not speculate as to how this event happened in detail.
See, the problem we are having (well, one of the problems) is we are being accused of using science to attack God and the Bible. But that is merely a self-fulfilling prophecy because you are using Scripture to attack science. And when people defend the science, a criticism of the scientific veracity of the Scripture becomes inevitable.
Additionally, you are using a non-scientific argument against science, which is a non starter. If you had any kind of scientific evidence that supported the Biblical view, that would be something. But your entire argument seems to be the Bible says Evolution is wrong therefore it is wrong, evidence be damned.
The fact that it is completely possible to accept the Bible and Evolution is a different problem entirely.