Cool, thanks, Pablo. Have you had the time to check out Answers in Genesis or Creation Science evangelism? I have also come across the argument [from them] that evolution is a religion, since it requires belief in a set of circumstances that we cannot reproduce or observe, since it requires a time scale that no human can spare. The evolutionists, of course will say 100% that evolution is science and point to fossils as evidence. The creationists also point to the same fossils as proof of the literal global flood.
I do agree with you though on the Hebrews not using linear thinking. Our culture I would say has a more Greek way of thinking.
I wondered if you thought Jesus was merely 'conveying ideas rather than give facts' when He said 'I am the way, the truth and the life.'
I can see the point that if we 'chip away' too much at the book of Genesis by defining it as 'stories' then we deny the literal history of it. If we do that, then it becomes easier to dismiss more and more of the Bible as 'not necessarily factual' and that, I would say, works to Satan's advantage.
Thanks for your time!