In seminary I'm reading a fairly mainline book
on spirituality that doesn't connect with what we might be known through evolution. It's not that he asserts a literal Adam or 7 day creation, he's mainline after all.
But he does seem to assert things about the cosmos; it's created to love us, to "rock us in joy", etc. While there are many factors which act to sustain us, we live in a world that also can act to disrupt, tear down what we value and love (thinking of the recent hurricanes).
In a cosomological level, most of the universe is filled with nothing, not matter, not stars, or planets, or galaxies, but a literal void. Such a world has elements that act as divine but much of the world is indifferent to this.
In that, I don't think Darwin and the relevant sciences have really had a chance to make an impact even in the mainline. Or at least in a way that asks us to rethink our language about how we speak of this world, God's role in it, etc.