I will admit it's a point of great conflict within me everyday. I have to fight between what I see, study, and am told by great scientific minds of today and the religion of my father's father that has been instilled in me since birth. It's an epic daily battle I assure you.
You still don't get it.
Spirituality is one thing. Science is another. Only people who seek to benefit from pitting spirituality against science are interested in doing so. And those people, being alive today, did not write the words in the Bible, nor are they scientists trained in the practice of the Scientific Method. There is nothing in the Great Book that says it is the definitive source for scientific knowledge. It was written by men who lived in a time when the general population was entirely ignorant (very few, usually ONLY religious organization managers and operations types were able to read and write) and the formal practice of the Scientific Method had not been adopted by those studying nature, most likely because the means to communicate ideas, hypothesis and theories, along with data and the supporting processing of such data, did not exist. So the Bible was filled with what went for WAGs by those trusted to be wise by the wholly ignorant masses when it came to anything that was not explicitly spiritual. There is nothing in the present day Christian doctrine that depends on the sun orbiting the earth. Just like there is nothing that precludes evolution from being God's tool for managing his creative process to put humans and all the other flora and fauna on the earth with us. Remember, he is fucking God, and he can do shit in ways we don't have to understand.
If God did his Jesus tour this year, the Bible would be a bit different, and we would likely ask a lot of less spiritually oriented questions. And the press would hound the poor bastard if they ever caught him consorting with any human females or, god forbid, males. The point is, the Bible is a collection of stories written not to guide us in our understanding of how the forces of nature work so we can exploit them to improve our chances of survival, it is a guide for how to live life as our creator intended. Peace, helping our neighbor, supporting those in need, etc.
Try to get it. No conflict unless you make one. Don't waste the effort and energy. Jim