Personally, I dont believe in an extracosmic entity. I believe in a unity. I am somewhere near the position of Spinoza. Evolution and all that is therein is God.<quoted text>
If creationism is revelation, the same old question remains - how did this universe come into existence?
Is this G-d who gives out revelations to his chosen prophets of extra-cosmic origin?
If this G-d is of extra-cosmic origin, then, again, we're pushed into the illogic of creation from nothing.
A creator G-d who rules the universe has to an extra-cosmic G-d who somehow managed to create the universe from nothing and in the absence of a causal link he yet somehow manages to rule or to control the universe. Illogical - to say the least.
As far as the philosophical approach you are taking - I am of the view that language forces us to objectify, so the quandary you are in is a result of language, not logic.