Curious, not bashing you here but how does that not contradict each other?
You're bashing me!
Notice that the story of Creation in the Old Testament in NO WAY contradicts the order that material and life were created as proposed by science. First earth was created, then plants, then animals dominated the earth, and eventually came humans. The mechanics and timeline God used to create are not explained in detail.
We could get into the breakdown of "seven days" if interested, but time has been shown to be distorted by space and mass. If you think that literally means that all the development of life and geography on earth took place over seven days, then you have a thorough misunderstanding of the science that shows how long the earth has existed and how long our universe has been expanding from a central point. Those same physics are what allows the earth to orbit the sun, our solar system to be near an outer edge of an arm on the Milky Way spiral galaxy, and for the galaxy to be hurtling through spacetime.
So when you see the photographs of planetary and solar motion throughout space, what do you think of it? That it's all rigged with cables and wires in some grand conspiracy? Or that we're not really in motion at all, that it's bogus? At some point religion needs to be able to accept that earth has existed for 4.5 billion years and we are descendants of lifeforms we would not consider human, and that God has graced us to be made in his image (intelligence? appearance? introspection? empathy? you tell me) through evolution, and most importantly, God saw all that he had made, and it was very good.