As a devout Christian, it's not impossible to believe in science along with the Bible. For example, I believe that Genesis was largely an allegorical work and will happily intellectually curb-stomp 'young-earthers' and 'literalists' who don't believe in evolution but somehow think the world came to exist in 6 days. I personally believe that Noah's Flood was probably a localized event around the Mediterranean
thanks for your message. i feel, i have already answered science vs. religion in this post, so let me tailor the rest of my answer as follows:
allegories in the bible
a classical cop-out for religious people; if science disproves something in the bible, suddenly it becomes a metapher
glad you accept the fact of evolution, but from a christian perspective it should make you think, as it leaves you with the following issue:
be honest, you never read that story. i am quite sure once you read it, chances are high that you say it is an allegory, too:
Common Creationist Misconceptions No. 128-134.
Common Creationist Misconceptions No. 105-112.
Common Creationist Misconceptions No. 113-120.
Common Creationist Misconceptions No. 121-127.