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1. The disconnect here is

1. The disconnect here is that I'm referencing the rules of interactions and you're referencing the interactions themselves.
Chance is also a matter of perspective. Some people will see chance in everything as an extension of the notion that 'chance is anything you can't control.' Others might see chance as impossible - factors are always controlled by some parameters whether known or unknown. A coin flip is called chance because one doesn't know the result of the flip before it occurs, but the reason the coin lands how it does is no matter of chance, it's a matter of the mechanics involved in flipping that coin, in other words, it's a matter of rules of interaction. Anyway, my point was simply that evolution is not random - evolution is a very concise and direct expression of simple rules that govern interaction amidst an infinitely complex and therefor seemingly random backdrop.

As for your specific examples: the fittest sperm prevails - not chance, the least fit fish get eaten - not chance, geographic separation and possible reduction in survival of a species due to migration - not chance, if the best ever species dies at two weeks it wasn't the best ever, but what did it die due to? I would guess that cause of death wasn't 'random chance.'

"Furthermore I dont understand why natural selection is considered part of evolution when it has clearly been shown when a creature that is different than the rest of its species does not get to mate, for example an albino whale, or a zebra with awkward looking stripes."

'Not getting to mate' is a sign that the rest of the species does not believe the traits such an example possesses would yield the most fit results. Why question their judgment?

"Natural selection has always been shown to keep the species the same not change them in any way, much less significant way."

What about domestication and horticulture?
What about bacteria becoming immune to toxins?

2. Saying we evolved from a 'monkey-like creature' is different from saying we evolved from monkeys. Humans are monkey-like creatures. We have many more traits in common with monkeys than more than 99% of other animals.

3. You can be good without god, just like you can be evil with god.

4. I just can't imagine Jesus going around being sarcastic.