Some thoughts from Fr. Longenecker. Long and short, ‘progressive’ assumes the premises of the modern. The secular modern that is. From its core, modern secularism has a completely different model of creation.
Like kosher ham, you just can’t merge the two together. Try as you might, something will give. And at least in recent generations, it seems that it’s the Christian side that gives.
The reasons are likely more than just the twelve mentioned. But the facts remain. As Ross Douthat once observed, every time a Western theistic tradition attempts to assimilate progressive values, it dies. While I’m sure there are minor exceptions, exceptions they remain.