If you believe in the Bible, can you still have some room left for science in your mind? Well, let's see.
The earth and the entire universe were created in 6 days
Do you believe this, then you must disregard the observations that seem to suggest that solar systems take much longer than 6 days to be "born". One must also disregard the fact that stars did not appear within a week after the first moments of the universe.
The earth and the universe were created 6000 years ago
If you would believe this, then you must disregard the fact that there were human cultures before that, you must disregard the majority of the fossile record, including the dinosaurs, and you must disregard most dating methods. You must disregard the fact that the universe, according to the latest observations, is around 13.7 billion years, and that the earth have been dated back to 4.5 billion years.
Evolution never happened
In order to believe this, one must disregard the entire fossile record and the observed cases of evolution and speciation.
The climate was the same all over the world
I've heard people say this as if it was true. If it was, then we can forget the polar bears. That is, unless you are ready to accept evolution. :-)
The missing day
In Joshua there is apparently a story about how the sun stood still for an entire day. To believe this, means one must disregard almost ALL physics and celestial mechanics. One must be able to believe that despite the enormous mass of the Earth, it can still stop its rotation and then continue as if nothing happened. No comments. :-)
Earth existed three days before any stars did
If this is to be true, you must completely disregard the fact that there are stars far older than Sol and therefor older than our Earth.
I guess that the more room you make for religion, the less room is left for science. Imagine if the Bible said that objects with rest mass can reach the speed of light. What, then, should you believe?