I was raised in a “Christian” cult and have become somewhat disenchanted with “God/god” and especially turned off by the blood and gore we seem to readily accept of a loving creator “God” as expressed in the Old Testament, followed by the idea of eternal torment in the New Testament. I have run across this site in my ongoing search for answers. I see a similar question was raised on this site in 2016, but I’ll go there again if it is permissible.
It would seem logical to me that a creator of the universe in all its chaotic magnitude would find a better way to express "him"self to his creation than by setting us up for failure in a grand plan for redemption because of a “fallen angel” represented by a snake. Sounds awfully mythological to me and this “myth” is repeated in various forms in other non-Christian religions.
Bottom line: Why would BioLogos (and other Christian apologists) always use the Bible as the go-to explantion of God’s plan for his evolutionary creation. Where and how do all the other non-Christian billions fit into this belief in God and his purpose for this creation we live in?