InGold, I'm going to try to find a good text for you to address the issue you believe exists with entropy and order from disorder.
In the meantime, I suggest you pick of A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson. It's a fascinating and easily accessible survey of scientific knowledge. Beyond that, it's a great read. It can probably help you out with some misconceptions you have about what scientific consensus actually is. I think it could help to address some of your questions (notably the magical creation of a computer out of its broken parts).
As for the talking snake, I think we're talking past each other on one key point. You believe in miracles. I do not believe there is any reason to believe that miracles actually occur -- note that this does not mean highly improbable (even seemingly impossible probabilities) do not occur. Just that that which has occurred can, with access to data, eventually be understood. If something goes against all understanding, unless you have extraordinary evidence for it occurring, I will say it did not occur.