Science has no stories. Stories have characters, plots, and narratives. Science has data, hypotheses, postulates, and theories. Science and stories are different. They should be kept separate.
Stories can refer to science or be about scientists, but that is not part of science. Science can refer to stories or collect data from stories, but that is not storytelling.
Evolutionary stories are not part of science. Evolution without stories is part of science. But evolution without stories is variation and adaptation.
The science community and its boosters confuse science and stories. They are different and should be kept separate.
History is a chronicle, a narrative, a story. But history is not science.
The Bible is a story of stories. It includes chronicles, poetry, parables, and letters. The Bible may refer to science, but the Bible is not part of science.
The stories of the Bible are not inconsistent with science as long as science is not confused with stories. If science is confused with stories, then there may be inconsistencies with the Bible. The answer is to stop confusing science and stories.
Biblical creationists follow the science community and its boosters in confusing science and stories. Creation history is about history and theology, not science.
Science or stories: focus on one or the other but don’t confuse them.