By creating this conflict between Scripture and Science, and yes, we create the conflict, we only reveal how narcissistic we are, whether we are addicted to religiosity or to science.
We put God in a box by insisting on this conflict and cannot therefore appreciate how much God continues to expand and grow. Perhaps that is our ultimate destiny, to grow and expand, and perhaps God does it best of all and that is why everything God creates also expands and grows, changes, evolves.
Redemption and salvation, for crying out loud, for Christ's sake, is a story of change and evolution.
We, as so called believers, do ourselves and our Creator a huge disservice by getting embroiled in this nutty conflict.
As scientists, we only reveal our own narrow mindedness by insisting that there is no concrete evidence of the existence of God, like there is no touchable evidence of a great deal in science, like electricity or air or gravity. Yes, you can experience these phenomenon, but can't see them. That is why so many "dogmas" of science are called theories and require faith or belief. Most of the scientific world is quite mysterious.
I think anyone who engages in this conflict as if there view is right, misses the point of being alive. I just assume there is a reality to all of this that is even bigger than the theory of evolution or the book of Genesis.
By the way, the Book of Genesis consists of three traditions, one of which believed that the God who created this world was one of the lesser Gods, so for heaven's sake, don't get too caught up in believing every word of Scripture. Have enough God given sense to grasp the full meaning of divine inspiration.