Extremely good point, as usual, hinge.
Personally, Ifind it hard to get beyond the first chapter of Genesis. Recent estimates of the number of stars in the universe say 100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000, a number so big we don't, as far as I know, have a name for it. And it seems probable that the majority of them have planets, so we can up that number another order of magnitude, for celestial bodies in general. I find the notion that there is some being, somewhere, somehow able to create (how and out of what?) all those1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 b odies and their fantastically complex ecosystems in one day, and is still hanging around 14 billion years later, definitely on the preposterous side.