Seems to me the "days doesn't actually equal days" line of thinking is no more than revisionist history.
An attempt to provide at least a smidgeon of plausibility to the Bible's version of events in modern times.
If the authors of the Bible wanted to convey that God required a greater time period than six day's, they could have easily done so.
At least Biblical literalists (as misguided as they are) understand once you start changing the meaning of the Bible's text, you immediately undermine the rest of the book's legitimacy as the "word of God".
I don't know if you are talking about me, but I did not mean that the "day doesn't exactly equal a day" although I can see why that may have been interpreted that because of how I worded it. I simply meant that the days may not have been successive but reflect moments in time during Earth's evolution. No matter how long evolution takes place, there is a defining moment, whether it be the first time an ape walks upright, or the first time we gained greater consciousness. For everything there is a singular moment.
The time and space comment from my post was more of a broader generality of time and the Bible. Not anything too specific
As far as changing the meaning of the Bible's text that is discernible only in the eyes and mind of the reader. I don't think anyone has a monopoly on the meaning of the text of the Bible. And because of that I don't ridicule other's interpretations of the Bible just as I try not to impress my interpretation onto others. it is simply my interpretation and therefore that is the meaning to me.
But just to humor the notion that "six days are not six days", I mentioned Venus in my post. The length of a year on Venus is @224 Earth days. But a DAY on Venus is 243 Earth days.
So a day on Venus is 19 Earth days longer than a year on Venus. With that in mind why do we think that time and space for God is the same as it is for humans?