Of course, when science found than there was no Adam and Eve but evolving primates, the Christianity had to evolve too to acknowledge that Adam and Eve did not exist and is just a funny myth.
Of course, when science found than Earth is 4.5 billion years old, Christianity had to adjust 6000-year old Earth myth by saying that 1GD (god's day) = 2055 OY (our years). Shortly after Christianity had to evolve a little bit more (as science discovered that the Universe is now 15x10^9 years) by adjusting 1 day of God =6849 our years.
Of course, God now has computers and trained staff to help him to manage Universe which becomes more complex as humans discover subatomic world (theologists still argue, if He is using Mac platform or Window-based IBMs, and what is the network configuration - hypercubic or hub-hierarchy centralized.)
Of course, as scientistd discovered GR (general relativity), the God learned to bend dimensions and create wormholes for transportation to the "hot points" in the Universe where civilisations are on the brink of atheism (by the way, not easy task considering the size of the Universe and many billions of of civilizations around it).
Of course, as scientists are deciphering human genome, some theologists suggest that there is "message" from God in our DNA. Some say it is 10 commandments, but others - Genesis, yet others argue that there is enough room for entire Bible (both in Hebrew and English, and may be in Chinese too).
As nuclear energy was discovered - apocalypse was resurrected.
Asteroids - another apocalypse is now "in fashion" (actually new version of old comet one).
As scientists try to make anti-matter and black holes in the lab, new "kind" of apocalypse emerges.
Sure, religions try to keep pace with a bunch of "crazy monkeys" who call themselves scientists. Christianity seems to evolve slightly faster than others (survival of fittiest?).