No. I am not aware of any TE who believes the Bible needs to be rewritten, or that God lied. Why would you think they believe that?
So you think that what makes evolution work completely agrees with the Bible and visa versa? What is of God does not turn people against God, make people question His Word, nor can it be what people who stand against God (atheists) believe.
In the view of many theists, evolution already conforms to the Bible, so such a translation would be unnecessary.
The key phrase is "in the view of many theists". Majority opinion does not change God or His written word. Do you think God is going to say: Oh since the majority of you think I used evolution to create, I guess I will conform to that?...
Evolution cannot be a religion, in the ordinary meaning of that word. Yes, evolution involves belief systems and worldviews, like a religion. But religion is a belief system about spirituality, moral values and ultimate meaning. The science of evolution -- like all sciences -- is just a belief system about particular observed physical facts; namely, about what living things are made of and how they develop over time.
What's ironic about this whole TE belief is that on one hand you include it as part of your religion, and on the other hand you say it's not a religion? That's an oxymoron. Also, I noticed that you left out that there are any facts in the Bible. Does religion = myths to you?
And your preaching of evolution and it's facts, did evolution ever bring anyone to salvation? Where are the TE crusades (like Billy Graham crusades) for Christ? Where are the TE street preachers for Christ?
The subject of creation has brought many to Christ, the subject of evolution has bought zip to Christ. And here's the reason why:
jn 6:44 No man can come to me, except the Father which hath sent me draw him: and I will raise him up at the last day.
God the Father controls the drawing power unto the Son for salvation. What is not of the Father will not have that drawing power. So regardless of majority views, or claimed facts. The reality of what God "accepts" as His truth is plain and clear to which subject brings people to salvation, and which one does not.
Some evolutionists draw religious meaning out of evolution science: Richard Dawkins draws an atheistic meaning, whilst Michael Behe draws a theistic meaning. Since the science is the same for both of them, yet they see completely opposite religious meanings, this goes to show that the science of evolution is not a religion per se, and any religious meaning must be "in the eye of the beholder" or established on some other grounds.
At the end of the day, it will not be about who believes what and why. Or for what reason. It is about what God clearly says in His Word. And that what He said draws people unto salvation. And what He did not say draws no one to salvation. When we stand before God, and if God were to separate us like those who believed in TE and those who believed in creation. And there was a scoreboard behind God that shows which belief saved souls and which did not. Who do you think will have zero?
Why is that important? If 1 thousand creationists can bring 1 million souls into Heaven with their subject of creation, and the TE bring no one but could have. Then that's 1 million souls that burn in Hell over the TE message that cannot draw unto salvation. So who do you think answers for the souls who burn in Hell? Do you think God is just going to laugh it off and say: Okay, no problem you would not believe what was written. No problem that what you believed did not bring even one soul into the kingdom with the TE message. And because I prefer that 1 million more souls go to Hell than to Heaven, come on through those pearly gates.
You'd be sadly mistaken.