Originally posted by @ghost-of-a-duke
Not if the creation account is anchored on two fully formed humans in a garden.
Edit: Your use of the word 'basic' isn't helpful here as it merely opens the door to a wishy-washy understanding of evolution.
Creation and evolution are comparing applies and oranges, for one evolution is a process
while Creation is a static event, so there could be truth in both since they are both talking
about two different things, a process and a supernatural event. There is nothing in
science or the heart of man that actually explains the beginning of all things. The Big
Bang with out a doubt is just a stepping stone of evolutionary thought applied to the
universe, not life, that has run out of steps going backward when we think about where
did it all come, since it starts with everything here.
With evolution applied to life I it believe can be seen today so its a real thing; however,
that doesn't mean that what people think about are all possible, that things it is given
credit for doing actually did occur. I question the common ancestor what would have
been required due to all of the things required before, during, and afterward once life
started on a sterile world, that is nothing more than wishful thinking that cannot be
validated, just believed by those wishing for a way to keep the possibility of God out
of the picture.