Genesis 1 is a wonderful and exciting part of Scripture but its interpretation is complex. I suggest there is evidence from within the passage and on the basis of simple knowledge of God’s works to interpret it as something other than literal history. A minority of early Christadelphians shared this position.
Many of the passages considered in Genesis 2-3 are presented as being hostile to EC. However, on examination, they are neutral – they neither support nor rule out the doctrinal preconditions which would allow some level of evolution as a tool in the hand of God. As to the common proposition that Adam was amortal prior to the Fall and experienced a change in nature, the evidence is strongly to the contrary within Genesis.