The first thing you will have to do is define what you mean by "macro" and "micro" evolution. They have a general defintion within biology and, by that definition, macro has been shown to occur currently.
You came to the right place. Indeed, I initially came here for the same exact reason. :D"...research [is] a strenuous and devoted attempt to force nature into the conceptual boxes supplied by professional education. Simultaneously, we shall wonder whether research could proceed without such boxes, whatever the element of arbitrariness in their historic origins and, occasionally, in their subsequent development." Kuhn, T. S.; The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, pp. 5, 1996.
Your use of the word "apologetics" is what jumped out at me in your post. My association with the word has me thinking in the negative. From my perspective, apologetics, being a derivative from the word apology means that people are making apologies or excuses for whatever is being discussed. In other words, it is pure and simple spin-doctoring, or spin control. For me, that is a negative.
So, my question to you is, why would you want to practice that kind of thing? And instead of calling it apologetics, why not call it "defense of" whatever the topic is? That has a much better ring to it, don't you think.
So, like Phat, I'd like some discussion from you on your use of the word apologetics. Like Ned said, the actual topics you want to discuss belong elsewhere.
Here, let's discuss "apologetics", if you don't mind.
Thanks to everyone for their replies - I don't really know how this forum works yet, so I couldn't answer everybody's posts. Sorry. I would have replied sooner, but I was on a retreat for a week and the week before that I didn't have internet access. But I'm back and look forward to some intellectual discussion. Someone asked me why I was calling apologetics apologetics, "what was I apologizing for?" - in the original sense of the term, the word came from Greek and carried into Latin - the translation is a defense of something that is done, or believed, etc... Being a Traditional Catholic (I dare say that much controversy will be raised as to this distinction), apologetics applies to the defence of the Catholic faith and its doctrines as they have always been believed according to Tradition.