No, not this one. This reminds me too much of celestial teapots and the fact that a strong prior will get you anywhere (and you can't have science without priors). Thucydides would have been appalled by this sophistry. I'm talking about this one:
The materialist explanation of the creation has nothing to offer - if we came from nothing and go into nothing, then that encourages people to lead reckless and materialistic lifestyles.
Evolution is a world-view that leads to futility. It's no wonder people are dissatisfied with it.
We have no reason to accept knowledge that disatisfies us. You should believe what pleases you.
Just don't try this with gravity.