Some claim we at STR force people to choose between science and faith becuase we don't believe evolution is true. That's a false dichotomy, or a false choice. Evolution is a theory of science - it's not science. And no, we don't believe evolution is an accurate account of origins because we don't think the evidence supports it, the Bible allows for it, and philosophy counts against it.
The only way to say we are pitting science and faith against each other is to equate evolution and science, to define science by a single theory of science. True, evolution is the reigning scientific paradigm at this time. But the history of science is the history of generally accepted theories taken to be as good as fact overturned and replaced with a new theory. So any one theory, no matter how dominant in the field, is still a theory with competing theories. And no matter how dominant the theory, it is not science, per se. Science is a field of study, a way of investigating the physical world. And we think that science and faith are very compatible. But faith isn't necessarily compatible with every theory of science, and it's not compatible with evolution. We've written often about those reasons on the blog. You can find references here.)
There are competing scientific theories of origins that are compatible with the Bible and Christianity. They may not be the majority theory, but they are science.