Those that find this wise
What is the meaning of life?
I think the meaning of life is an individual endeavor. Do what makes you happy. A universal meaning for the human race implies a bigger plan, or a supreme being to which we must complete a quest for. Is there a meaning in the life of a cat? or a cockroach? Why would humans have a collective bigger meaning than to survive? Anything else is of our own creation, giving ourselves meaning to drive people to do things. The meaning of my life, personally, is to fulfill my desires and maximize time spent on things and people that bring me joy.
What is the origin of evil?
I don't think there is such a thing as good and evil at the universal level. Good and evil are subjective based on perspective. At the human level there is a belief that good perpetuates things and evil goes against what is human. But at the grand universe level, we are just a spec of dust in the enormity that exists and most of existence couldn't care less about our perceptions. I still think this is an important question for "us" (us = humans).
Is there free will?
Yes, but it's not what we think. As the source energy animates our hardware (our bodies) in a unique place and time, that source energy manifests into a life, a personality, decisions, emotions. But it's all driven by the source energy. IT has free will, not US. Because, really, there is no us.
Who or what is God?
The word God is for me nothing more than the expression and product of human weaknesses, the Bible a collection of honorable, but still primitive legends which are nevertheless pretty childish. No interpretation no matter how subtle can change this.
What is the role of evolution?
Evolution not only created the lens we use to perceive reality, but it might also be the lynchpin of reality itself. Evolution drives change. And without change there would be no space or time. Without space and time - do we have reality?