The extistence of a creator doesn't change how data is interpreted.<quoted text>
I notice that you didn't answer the question: how does the existence of a creator change the way the data is interpreted? Does it change any of the ages? Change any of the red-shifts? Change the nature of the background radiation?
For that matter, how is adding the assumption of an intelligence making things any simpler? Does it elucidate the mechanisms at all? other than sweeping any problems under the rug, what exactly does the assumption of a creator help to explain *in detail*?
Acknowledging an intelligent force is not "sweeping problems under the rug"... it is a logical deduction. I don't ASSUME that random forces can create life. Why should I? You are PRESUMING atheism. You have predetermined that a naturalistic explanations exists for all phonomena in nature