pete. When you talk of scientists that don't swallow the Darwin dogma you do, possibly inadvertently, describe most scientists. On the basis of working to a hypothesis in the absence of further evidence questioning said hypothesis.
However, that describes science. A hypothesis is there to be questioned and challenged to either make it more robust or dismiss it.
Biblical teaching cannot therefore be consistent with science as I have yet to hear an established church concede that Scripture is an analogy rather than describing reality. It is the drifting towards acceptance of fantasy as reality that must, really must be shunned by society if we are to go forward for the benefit of all.
Sadly, that means questioning rather than accommodating your quaint but ultimately dangerous delusion. Sorry if that is insulting but we really need to stop patronising religion and making bishops feel important.