A few hundred years ago the church excommunicated Copernicus because he stated the earth was not the center of the universe. This was from the belief, in direct contradiction to biblical doctrin, that man, rather than God, was the center of all creation.
The Hindu religious beliefs teach that the creation and destruction of the universe is a wheel which is constantly turning and repeating itself. Brahma, the Creator and Shiva, the Destroyer and Lord of Chaos, are constantly at odds. All things arise from Brahma, and have arisen countless times before and will arise countless times again.
There are many beliefs about the creation of the universe, and of humans. The account in the bible appears to have origins in ancient texts written in cuniform which have been found in the middle east and pre-dating the biblical writings atributed to Moses.
Stating in absolutes does nothing to make any account any more or less true. I could deny my grandparents were farmers, but that wouldn't change the reality that they were. On the other hand, no one that's alive today was around for the beginning of man, and certainly not for the creation of the world or the universe. All of us have beliefs, most based on some sort of faith, whether in science, or ancient texts, or on religion. Some of these are deeply personal and not open to outside challenge. This does not make those beliefs either right or wrong, just personal.
I, for one, find no conflict in my biblical beliefs with the concept of evolution. For me, believing in a devine guidance for evolution makes much more sense that simply plopping things down already done.