Yes. I respect a creationist who just admits, "An objective assessment of science plays zero part in my beliefs. I choose not to question my belief, because I believe God wants me to have Faith." Because never, not once in history, did a proper scientific consideration of the evidence lead one to creationism, or not any specific version of creationism at least (since nothing objectively would make Biblical Creationism more likely than Hindu Creationism, or some version of Creationism not yet conceived of).
You can't be about Faith if it masks itself behind a veneer of some pseudoscientific justification. That wouldn't be Faith, that would be ignorance (yes, some would say they're the same thing, but true Religious Faith insulates itself by not concerning itself with whether science agrees or not, not by selectively reinterpreting science to support itself).