It is a 10-year-old, and quite lengthy treatise, but I am herewith providing a link to a treatise by a Christian scientist which purports to show harmony between science and the Genesis account of creation.
The author, Don Stoner (whose name probably should not be taken literally), is (was?) a physicist and computer software engineer and, I assume, a Christian. His basic premise is that if the Bible and the Universe are both creations of God, they must be totally compatible and without any disagreement wherein they interrelate.
He points out that both scientists and theologians are seeking truth. He suggests that wherein there appear to be conflicts between the Bible and science, it is because either the theologians have misunderstood the scriptures or science has misunderstood the universe or, in some cases, both have misunderstood their area of focus. For example, both science and the Church were involved in repudiating Galileo, not just the Church as many atheists try to contend.
I think this will be particularly helpful for those of you who object to creationism on the basis of young earth advocates because Stoner debunks young-earth theory. It will give you much ammunition to combat young earth advocates.
If you feel comfortable with what Stoner has to say on that matter, you might also enjoy his chastisement of Michael Behe’s Darwin’s Black Box.