Precisely. It's a case-by-case basis depending on the religion in question, and even the individual in question. I know a lot of Christians (in fact, most Christians do, statistically) who accept evolutionary theory and the Big Bang theory as factual. Hell, the Big Bang theory was thought up by a Catholic priest from Belgium. And Catholicism officially advocates teaching Evolution. And, in my religion, Wicca, the myths are viewed as that: mythology. Fanciful stories giving hints to the gods' natures. Says nothing about denying science or opposing critical analysis of ideas. Quite the opposite; it's saying not to take religious statements at face value. Well, it could. Depends on if said religion has a clear standpoint on Aesthetics.