Actually no, as I said, that's what YOU believe. Interesting that you state "no life from death". But in these cases of Jesus and probably Genesis, you back down. That goes to show your absolute mantra of "no life from death" isn't absolutely true. To you it's just relative to whether YOU think God was involved, as if it can't possibly be true otherwise - just like when the church said it can't possibly be true that the Earth isn't the center of the solar system before it imprisoned Galileo. You are all to ready to accept without evidence that God "transcended the laws of the universe."
Well, I have something to tell you. What can be asserted without evidence can be dismissed without evidence, to paraphrase Christopher Hitchens. There is no "transcending the laws of the universe". There is no outside of the universe, which doesn't make sense anyway because the universe is defined as all that is. God must be part of this universe to interfere in this universe. Then we can see that interference, measure it, and record it. We can record and measure God. And you know what? No one has EVER made such a recording - BECAUSE HE DOES NOT EXIST.
Evolution is still correct since it does NOT deal with how life was created in the first place. Evolution deals with how that life changes over time ONCE IT IS HERE. Your little rant about "no life from death" doesn't dispute evolution AT ALL. It disputes abiogenesis, which this topic was NOT about.
You prefer to view the world the same way as it was first explained to you as a child, with no room for additional information or change. You are literally too stupid, too stubborn, and too closed-minded to realize that.