I have a personal bias of accepting the results of science if they conflict with the Bible, even through Jesus once scolded Peter I think for using human reason to warn Jesus not to go to Jerusalem on a donkey before the easter event.
My only hope is that the Holy Spirit guided me to the scientific results, which can't always be in agreement with the Bible, particularly when science says that the negroes were the first men (and the other races were new "speciations" from them).
Very problematic, agreed. But in the final analysis, my heart and not my head accepts or rejects the scientific judgment.
It doesn't make sense rationally, only under the aspect of faith. When I read the Bible in faith, using the Barth model, the Holy Spirit gives us the correct interpretation. Presumably the same happens reading with scientific results.
On the other hand, it has been said that :
" the Bible and science never contradict because they talk about two
different kinds. The message in the Bible is spiritual. Christ says
that "one day of a man is 1000 years of God and 1 day of God is 1000
years of man". Therefore, the whole creation is still going on; all
days from 1-6; and evolution is one of the scientific aspects how it
is happening. (Even if evolution theories are not totally correct, it
is a fact that we have new strains every day, etc. "