Continuing the discussion from Pevaquark Raises the Deceptive God Objection:
When you are ready @pevaquark you can give this one a shot here. I hope that @jongarvey and @deuteroKJ will participate here too. It is import to keep in mind that there are range of theological models being proposed. We can point you to forum posts, and some published articles.
Much more is to come. There is now two books (@swamidass and @Andrew_Loke) , maybe three or four (@jongarvey and WLC) , in the works right now. @jack.collins has written on this already, as has Andrew Torrance and and @Andrew_Loke. Most recently @Andrew_Loke, @rcohlers, and I all did an event in Hong Kong too. I have an draft of the book which as been circulating for about 8 months now (Dabar Conference Paper Confidentially Available), and several more theologians and exegetes are joining the fray in the coming year.
If nothing else, the interest is high. A lot of people are engaging with good science, This something to be happy about, and encourage in more ways. You are welcome to join in too. Maybe you will find something of worth. Who knows?