If fallibility is attributed to God, it would make sense for him to allow some men to enter heaven by means of being “good enough”. The Gospel is therefore rendered useless in such a case. The idea that God doesn’t simply have a free will but actually has a perfect will frequently forms the bases upon which evangelists argue for the Gospel.
I personally try to steer clear from the idea that God ever gave statements that contradict because by doing that I would be denying his infallible nature.
I value any input that people might have with regards to Genesis chapter one, I only hope that all who are contributing understand the value of the above mentioned matter.
As basis for his argument for the Gospel the Apostle Paul writes in his Holy epistle:
Wherefore, as by one man sin entered into the world, and death by sin; and so death passed upon all men, for that all have sinned:
He clearly assumes that there was a time of no death and no sin.
When a person holds to the Gospel, its only natural that one would believe in a six day creation, because the whole point of making them millions of years is to deny such a time ever existed.
I am sorry if this seems like a slippery slope argument but its not really intended that way. This is just me wondering how a person can reconcile all the components in Christianity if he holds to a non-6-day view.