First off , I want to reassure you about the Christian reconstructionists. I am not one of them.
You may even consider me a fundamentalist, if so, Romans 13 should help alay your fears.
As to the Big Bang Theory, how does that not violate the first law of thermodynamics?
Even avowed atheists like Crick, of Dna double helix fame, had to come up with another even more improbable and theory, panspermia, that is less likely to be been proven than God or evolution.
Crick discovered the complexity of Dna and as a scientist could not explain how evolution would account for this.
Then there is proteonomics Proteomics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"E.g., in human there are about 25 000 identified genes but an estimated >500 000 proteins that are derived from these genes. This increased complexity derives from mechanisms such as alternative splicing, protein modification (glycosylation,phosphorylation) and protein degradation."
Now if the origin of DNA cannot be explained or experimentally reproduced how can the origin of ribosomes, mrna, amino acids interacting in a cell be proved or reproduced?
Now I understand the argument that science will eventually come up with the answers and that is logical, but to say that,
Christians with a science background, like myself, are just not thinking about all this and blindly accept what their spoon fed from childhood is not a correct statement.
I see the evidence of a "God" in all this.
I welcome your questions and your opinions, it stimulates me from my complacency in my faith to explore it further.
Grace and peace