That is not a problem. God could quite easily have pressed the start button and let it rip.Yes, but in so doing they are effectively denying either one of two things:
1. If they believe that only mutations and natural selection account for all life, they are denying that God directed the creation.
"God's greatest miracle was that He could make life make itself!"
Technically speaking, yes. However many understand that their opinion is theological, not scientific. So they only have their own opinions that God is somehow responsible for guiding evolution.2. If they believe that God directed the transmutation of species, then they deny the proposed mechanisms of evolution as sufficient to explain life.
Of course none of this has any bearing on the validity of science. After all, science and theology are two separate subjects. Unlike us, your interest is not in the former, only the latter.
Oh, and just to let you know, every time you keep saying the word "transmutation" to make it sound like you're talking about science you're really just sounding like a d ck.(shrug)