I don’t care one way or the other. As Christians we are required to believe in the Apostles Creed, which does not contain any affirmations about how old the earth is or whether humans were created instantaneously or over millions of years.
For some reason when I re-posted the article here it missed this paragraph:
Original sin is the idea that God created an absolutely perfect good world and a single sin against God committed by one person marred the purity of creation and implicated all of humanity in the act. The Christian gospel teaches that the pre-existing penalty for act of separation from God was eternal death. Being that humanity could not save itself from this penalty, Jesus Christ, a member of the Holy Trinity, personally came to earth, lived a pure life, died, and was resurrected, reconciling fallen humanity to God, thus closing the sin-caused gap between humans and God. Human beings who accept this death as substitution for their own prospective penalty will be given eternal life in a new earth.
(This is compromised by evolutionary thought.)
The Apostles didn't have a creed...