--there's that CLEVER distinction agian, somehow your metphysics count as "science" while mine do not.
Your "science" (let's use your distinction for just a moment) is wrought with a hundred times the controversy that my "religion" is.
For a start, there's nothing wrong with 'clever'. If you have to get all sniffy about 'clever' you're off on the wrong foot. Right there.
'Metaphysical' means 'beyond the physical'; it is a de facto synonym for 'spiritual'. 'Your metaphysics' cannot possibly, by definition, be 'science'. billybobsky's not dealing with metaphysics but observations of the physical world. Yours are not.
If the processes of Creation Science were testable there would by the same amount of 'controversy' as there is in real, proper science. That is the nature of research. That's how it works. People theorise, they test, they disagree, they come to a consensus. Creation scientists would still be scientists. (There aren't any Creationist research units and peer-reviewed journals, though, and it has been proved beyond axiom that the world was not formed in the way the Bible says and that Genesis is no more correct than the creation myths of the Native Americans or the !Xung San of Southern Africa.)
Your religion is not mainstream Christianity (and scientists don't organise into factions to kill each other over differences in their working methods, I notice, so less of the accusations of 'controversy' if you please) and is based on one particular reading of the Bible, furthermore, so you can't even claim orthodoxy.
Finally, when we actually test the processes you claim formed the planet against what is demonstrably observable and repeatable we find that Genesis cannot possibly right.
In all reality your "science" takes more faith than my "religion".
This is incorrect. I'd dearly love to tell you what I really think of this sentence, but I'm on a (very gentle, friendly) warning from BuonRotto, so you'll just have to imagine I made you feel stupid.
I will say this, though: get your nose out of the Book and look at what God's made you. Why would you want to deny your Creator full praise for the awesome genius and beauty of His work, and the mind-blowing complexity of His methods? Based on what's in a book written by people who did not have the tools to understand it?