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Theistic evolution is the idea that God controls evolution, directing the evolution of life forms. Deistic evolution maintains that evolution is its own system that functions by itself and was in God's plan for the universe from the beginning. It's regular evolution with the philosophical understanding, that like all natural processes, it's God's design for our universe.
Critics might say that theism or Christianity and this evolution are incompatible but this is far from the case. If God is omniscient as many Bible verses would say (i.e Romans 11:33-36) then a biological process like evolution would make sense with this type of god who could see everything if he so desired. For a timeless being whose mind transcends space and time, the evolution of things and time it takes would not matter. The end result is already done and the process ensures that life can continue to evolve and change without his constant intervention.
Deistic evolution is like the idea of a designer for a computer who makes it so it can function without his constant supervision and aid. The ultimate computer would be a computer that could upgrade and repair itself without user supervision. This is the universe all over with its self-repair and equilibrium of natural forces (including forces we perceive as "disastrous" such as volcanic eruptions which are beneficial in their own right for allowing the rebirth of land and even creating new land - Volcano.oregonstate.edu).
Since this is the truth with other processes in the universe (everything happening overtime - i.e planetary formation) I don't see how evolution could invalidate theism or The Bible.
I've also already explained in this article here Moddb.com why I and some of the early Christian saints and writers don't believe the Genesis account should be taken literally.
So for me, I believe it's more than compatible