A general observation of general behaviour among "christians":
A children's book starts with the words: "It was a sunny day and the sky was blue, because there were almost no clouds in the sky." And the book continues like this: "And the unicorn said to the leprechaun: 'I just spoke to bigfoot, who magically appeared out of nowhere.'"
The first part is an absolute truth, which can also be observed in reality, but the second part is obviously NOT true, but just fantasy!
In a like way, Genesis, the creation story, in the Bible matches, what we can observe in reality, but that does NOT AUTOMATICALLY make everything else written in the Bible true!
To assume, that one absolute truth automatically makes the rest of a collection of writings in a book true, is a very irrational and illogical way of reasoning! It does of course NOT make sense!
So please stop declaring the whole Bible true, just because Genesis obviously matches, what we can observe in reality! And stop trying to misuse this matching fact as a "confirmation" of your man-made religious dogmatic lie!
The theoretical Flat Earth map and the UN logo.
If you think, I'm religious, you're wrong.
If you think, I'm an atheist, you're also wrong.
I seek the absolute truth - no more and no less!
"The one, who seeks the truth,
is also the one, who reveals it."
*Jesus said: ”Beware of false prophets,
which come to you in sheep's clothing...”