I suppose but I would hope that you could separate ‘the word of God’ and your ‘interpretation of the Word of God.’ It is a classic move,
I speak of the word of God as to what it actually means, not as arbitrarily interpreted.
I get it, I used to think that way too when I was a YEC in particular. It’s why Answers in Genesis says:
From the Bible we can already know the big bang idea is wrong: the Word of God in Genesis 1 says the earth was created before the stars.
A more accurate thing to say would be:
Our interpretation of the Bible is in conflict with the Big Bang idea. Because of our extreme confidence that our interpretation of the Bible is absolutely correct, then we feel confident to reject the Big Bang idea.
They’d be wrong of course but please let’s not make this about the Bible vs. science but rather interpretations of the Bible vs. science.
The conflict is not between the Bible or interpretations of the Bible and science, but between world views that influence interpretations of both the Bible and of scientific observation. I’m crazy about Answers in Genesis!
The school of thought of the evolutionary view is that modern scientific observation supersedes “ancient” Biblical knowledge. It’s the equivalent of a “modern minded” youngster that’s “smarter” than his “old-timey” dad only to later find out the hard way that Dad with his timeless wisdom was right all along.
According to the survey above, the majority of Christians tend to believe that evolution was God’s way of creating. But is scripture democratically validated? How do we know to trust the use of the supposed evidence by fallible scientists that said we evolved to the point of doubting what the Bible plainly documents? As long as we best know where we’re going by knowing where we’ve been, and that life is a one-way street, doesn’t it thus behooves us all to make quadruple sure we accurately know our history?
I have material by several authors that are PHD scientists that scientifically show flaws in the Big Bang theory.
Through science, we learn that the year is determined by the earth orbit around the sun, the month by the orbit of the moon, and the day by the rotation of the earth. But where did we get the 7-day week? Why are we instructed in the Decalogue to remember the sabbath day? If God truly used million years evolution to create, why don’t we work millions of years between weekends? Please?
As for my screen name, I have a habit of naming myself after dinosaurs. In this case, triceratops.