Tonight, in the Science and the Bible class I'm teaching this semester at Kilns College, I'll be sharing 14 different ways of understanding Genesis 1. I'll be assessing them exegetically (Do they do justice to the original Hebrew and to other relevant Scripture passages?), scientifically (Do they accord with well-understood evidence from nature?), theologically (Are they free of theologically-problematic implications?), and logically (Are the arguments offered in support of them sound?).
It should be fun and interesting.