So what if it reverses the order? It's still on the same day. Why would you agree in this matter with hate filled atheists and skeptics who do not love God? I have fought many of battle with those who despise Christianity on this VERY point and they display such a contempt for the Bible!
What a shame for professing Christians to attack the words of Jesus Christ that 'the scripture cannot be broken' and be so blind in the doing of it.
Example: "I arrived last Friday with my kids and we had a great time."
"I had a great time with my kids. We arrived last Friday."
Now, which came first? And can we tell by the context of what I said that 'we had a great time' is subsequent to 'I arrived ...with my kids'? Nothing in the context of each statement forbids both events from being contemporaneous.
Genesis 2 is not chronological. After the seventh day is mentioned further details about the creation are given. The language is distinct: "on the seventh day...: in vs. 2 becomes, "And these are the generations of..." in verse 4 and then Moses goes on to describe in more detail what the Lord did in Chapter one.