It appears that there are actually many variations within the two Models of Evolution or Creation.
Some people say that it's OK to believe in evolution and the sister theory of millions of years, while still being a Christian. I touched on this a little with a post that I had a while back called the Great Debate. I totally disagree, but that is what some appear to believe. Out of various viewpoints and theories, the ones that matter are the theories that have unbiased evidence. How is that always possible while theorizing about our origins? Residual and circumstantial evidence can be evaluated into different models.
Take for example, theory of plate tectonics. A story could be presented that the earth evolved slowly over billions of years without evidence.
A completely different model explains the event that may have happened an entirely different way with perceived evidence:
But we may never know in this life, no one was there. Well, One was there. No one on earth can verify with repeatable experiments that are acceptable, like science requires.
We could all scramble for hundreds of years on these subjects and not get anywhere when, one day, the truth hits us right in the face. We then find out that the Creation model was correct all along and we are all thrusted into Judgment by our Creator. At that time it will be too late. The amount of evidence you may have or the amount of experiments you have going at the time will not matter. If we are personally judged for breaking the Ten Commandments (God's Law) then we will all be held accountable...
Here is more of Ray talking about Evolution on a radio program.