I notice that people who think as we do in the Biologos fashion tend to have two interpretations of Genesis 1-11. There is the mythic view and the mytho-historical view.
The mytho-historical view is the view that the events of Genesis 1-11 describe historical events that happened in the Middle East or the Mediterranean world at the most and that these historical events are mixed in with mythical and figurative language. In this view, many would say that Adam and Eve were not the first humans but the ancestral figures of everyone in the Middle East and the Mediterranean and that original sin was Adam and Eve failing at their election to represent all of humanity as priest kings in the Garden of Eden. My favorite Christian apologist Inpiringphilosophy holds this view.
The Mythic view would state that though there are historical memories in Genesis 1-11, the characters found within are ahistorical such as Adam and Eve just being archetypes for all of humanity and that Genesis 1-11 should be understood mostly figuratively and as a work of theology or as a myth (understood not as an untruth but as a deeper truth expressed through stories and figurative language.)
Which view do you favor and why? Or do you take another view?