Much of the opposition to the Biblical account of creation is due to a deeply ingrained worship of science in modern society as able to discover the mysteries of the universe. The popular conception of the universe is due to the appeal of science fiction, and the mental exercise of imagining the expansion of the human spirit into space, and church people fall for it and use the excuse of “seeing the glory of God in the stars.”
But science fiction is fiction. It is fully compatible with atheism, and is exciting to the fallen human spirit because it is an escape from the constraints imposed by God in the Bible. Science fiction is worship of a different god, and it lets us know why the Israelites had so much trouble doing what God said, and instead following the gods of the Canaanites. It’s just plain fun for the mind not renewed by the Bible.
To me, it seems to undermine creation if one takes the same position as atheists by looking at reality from an arbitrary point in space instead of from the earth as God does in the Bible.
A Christian is “free” to still be one of the elect, and do all kinds of foolish things. Solomon, for instance, gave in to his pagan wives and honored other gods, but God said He would never take His mercy away from him. But he may be undermining the Bible, and making others lose their faith.