Creationism is not science, it's bad inductive reasoning that does not prove there is a god but merely suggests in a weak fashion that perhaps, maybe it's possible that we were potentially designed because we are afraid to admit we could be a cosmic accident. The argument is based solely on the awe factor, the lack of imagination of the arguer. This kind of thinking, or more specifically the lack thereof, results in a people who don't believe in themselves because even simple problems are too awe inspiring to be looked at rationally and solved.
Consider the caveman who understood how to make fire when his peers did not. If they revere him as a god and never try to understand or learn about the nature of fire then all of the power lies with the one person and the chosen few he shares his knowledge with. What the creationism idea does is try to idolize the caveman and demonize the people who would attempt to learn about fire, because the small minded religious types don't want to surrender the power they hold over people. If we listened to these type of arguments with any mind to accepting them we'd never have gotten beyond the dark ages because science would be demonic witchcraft and punishable by death.
Contrast that with the theory of evolution, which has years of actual proof behind it some of which is of great concern (bacteria for example, evolving to be immune to drugs). We can actually trace back various mutations and determine that evolution does happen. We aren't afraid to examine our origins, even if we do find out at some point that there was some kind of guiding hand involved. The point is to find out rather than assume something based on an inductive argument that could mean that we are an alien ant farm instead of some god's children.