They're compatibility depends largely on perspective.
From a strictly scientific perspective, adding the religious component is untestable and unnecessary. Sure, it could
have been god, but there's no reason to accept that hypothesis and the model works just fine without him/her/it/them.
From a moderate/liberal/deist perspective, the science is undeniable, however personal belief favors accepting that god did have a role, regardless of whether the "extra step" is necessary or not.
From a fundamentalist perspective, the bible says god did it. Any one that says differently is wrong. End of discussion.
If the fundamentalists didn't exist, I'd probably be able to take it a little bit easier on the moderates/liberals/deists. Unfortunately, they do, and the Culture War wages on.