Regarding those who do not accept young earth creationism being unconcerned with sin,But in reality, I personally have had many "intellectuals" use the argument of Creation verse evolution in order to reject God.
In every single case where that has happened, it allways comes down to their real problem which is the sin that that want to keep doing.
You see...……..evolution means NO GOD and No God means I am not going to be judged for my sin. So lets party, and party with no worries!
I can only say that my view is that Old Earth Creationism is continually gaining evidence, and that the various pieces of evidence fit together well, while young earth creationism is only gaining in forced explanations and do not fit well (the young earth explanation of a body of evidence contradicts other evidence or other explanations).
Now, no one should care what Siloam thinks, but I can tell you that although I am far from sinless, I do care about, acknowledge, and work to correct my nature with the help of my Lord.
I also care enough about scripture to compare the evidence to what God wrote for us.
A few years ago, I spent a great deal of effort dealing with such issues as the meaning of the Hebrew word ‘YOM’ (sometimes translated as day, often simply translated as time).
Once you understand that YOM may refer to something other than a 24 hour span (similar to some English usages of day – ‘back in the day’, a ‘new day has dawned’, ‘the day of the Lord’), but a period when some attribute obtained, it becomes much less of a lexical stretch.
I also considered the purpose and theme of the Genesis accounts and found it to be about the uniqueness of God, His providence and our unique place in His creation. None of that requires a young Earth interpretation.
If you examine the evidence and are assured of a young earth, that’s fine, but to imagine you are defending the B ible by saying that those that believe something that you do not cannot be guided by scripture is taking things too far.
Earlier you posted an article from the American Science Affiliation. I suggest you look around that site. There are many articles from many points of view.
You could also look at the British version of ASA (Christians in Science)
You could also look at biolgos.org
Or reasons to believe (reasons.org).
(I did not provide links since many of these have a donate link and our rules prohibit links to such pages).
If you look at these sites, you will find articles by Christian who take faith AND science seriously. You will not find articles that could be characterized by unconcerned with sin.