No the evidence is quite strong . Sedimentary rocks form in layers and between their deposition, there occurs many periods of erosion of the sediments.
The rules of deposition go waaaay back to Hutton and "Strata Smith", where they showed that the oldest sedimentary layers lie at the bottom and the younger lie at the top. The only way that the layers get overturned is by tectonic intervention.
This is as self explanatory as is magnetism .
Its not a "Disagreement on interpretation". Facts are facts and no matter how much you employ Creationist "interpretations", they cannot stand up to scientific scrutiny.Too much overlapping evidence show the above to be true.
Show me n example of where Im wrong I can post as many sedimentology lab book exercises that prove my points . Im certain that Creation"science" has nothing that allows students to do similar experiments (I know cause I looked for em back many years ago )