Quoting Kaleighshaleigh:" Ummm...sort of. Here is what I believe and why. According to the scripture that I believe it says ... [snip!] ... see science as the authority and if the Bible doesn't fit into whatever a scientist tells them then it isn't accurate."
That is patently absurd.
First of all, scientists are not required to check the Bible specifically vs other holy texts, you silly egocentric woman.
Secondly, certain claims in the Bible have been proven to be absolutely false without even considering evolution, showing that a literal reading of the entire Bible is erroneous.
Thirdly, there are plenty of Christian scientists that still believe the Bible is accurate and that following Jesus' teachings has nothing to do with the shape of the earth, how old the earth is, if the sun goes around the earth or if the earth moves, if the earth suffered a global flood, or how god created humans.
All that is important is that god did create life and that they have a better understanding of how
he did it..
Since you are a Bible literalist, then you believe the following, right?
1. The earth is a flat disc covered by a dome- or tent-shaped firmament.
2. The stars are attached to the firmament and can fall to the earth.
3. The earth does not move.
4. The earth is supported by pillars.
5. There is a layer of water above the firmament.
6. The sun goes around the earth.
The BioLogos Foundation was created by evangelical Christians, many of the contributors scientists themselves, some others are clergy, theologians and philosophers. It is a great resource for Christians on a variety of subjects, from Christian doctrine to scripture interpretation to history of Christianity/Bible to science. I suggest you give it a try before you make another comment about this topic.