I think there's a danger in applying theology to evolution (and
the formation of the Milky Way). Namely, the application can be
viewed as an overreach of theology onto another domain. Rather
than overreaching, theologians might try to focus on what is
distinctly theological (rather than extending it onto other domains).
I submit that a better question is: How is theology/religion distinct
from other realms of human experience and the world? Ethically,
over-reaching is not a good thing because it involves encroaching
and a category mistake. At the very least, the practice dilutes the
theological by infusing it in other domains--often times at the
expense of what is unique to those domains and theology itself!