Where can we find statements describing ‘theistic evolution’?

The term ‘theistic evolution’ attempts to combine the theistic and Evolutionary perspectives regarding the origins of life. 

Eugenie C. Scott described it saying:

“Theistic evolution is a theological view in which God creates through the laws of nature. Theistic evolutionists (TEs) accept all the results of modern science, in anthropology and biology as well as in astronomy, physics, and geology. In particular, it is acceptable to TEs that one species give rise to another; they accept descent with modification. However, TEs vary in whether and how much God is allowed to intervene—some believe that God created the laws of nature and allows events to occur with no further intervention. Other TEs believe that God intervenes at critical intervals during the history of life (especially in the origin of humans).” 

Ronald Numbers, in his book, The Creationists, stated:

“Theistic evolution, theistic evolutionism, or evolutionary creationism are views that regard religious teachings about God as compatible with modern scientific understanding about biological evolution. Theistic evolution is not a scientific theory, but a range of views about how the science of general evolution relates to religious beliefs in contrast to special creation views... Supporters of theistic evolution generally harmonize evolutionary thought with belief in God, rejecting the conflict thesis regarding the relationship between religion and science – they hold that religious teachings about creation and scientific theories of evolution need not contradict each other.”  

Statements like the aforementioned attempts to portray the relationship with theistic evolution and either religion or science as supposedly friendly. However, for the scientific community, it is considered not a scientific theory; and for the theist community, it is an evolutionary perspective that contradicts the literal meanings of revelation.