For those interested in a wide variety of creation stories check out In The Beginning:Creation Stories From Around the World, by Virginia Hamilton. It has creation stories from around the world, all major continents, a wide variety of cultures. https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=in+the+beginning+virginia+hamilton
I am not a Biblical literalist, but of the two creations stories in the book of Genesis I like the first one best, with creation taking six "days’.
The church I attend has a lovely set of windows depicting Scriptural stories, and of them my favorite is a picture of Adam surrounded by animals, naming them. There’s a water buffalo, a giraffe, a dog, and so on. But Adam has one hand on his head, as if scratching in puzzlement, as he points down at an anteater. It’s like “What the heck do I call this thing?”
The big Resurrection window, on the east side of the sanctuary, has a number small figures beneath the main picture. They are from obviously different cultures, a Babylonian, an Egyptian a Roman, there’s Adam and Eve, and what looks like a"caveman", who’s sitting on a rock with a club, while gnawing on a bone.