I would say there is. For one, you have to jettison whole chapters. That is a theological quagmire right there. You do not see the implications, because you do not have a high view of scripture.
The literalist reading of genesis has alot more problems for the Bible.
You would believe that, because the so called problems are secular, and not theological.
The earth being 6000 years old and a global flood that has no evidence for it causes alot of problems.
For you and not for me. Your default position is to believe in what secular scientist teach. What you call “no evidence” is simply a presupposition.
Because they dont go hand in hand with reality. We dont twist scripture at all. We just dont read it the way you do.
Again, you are calling your presupposition ‘reality’ Just because you believe it does not make it true. Furthermore this is more than just simply reading scripture differently. What you believe about scripture is either TRUE or FALSE. And theistic evolutionists have a false view of scripture.