According to the Scriptures, creation is a gift from a loving Creator God. From the bodies we inhabit, the air we breathe, the sun we enjoy, the food we eat, the flowers we collect, the water we drink, the ground we walk on and the pets we love, to the pleasures we enjoy and the destinations we visit on vacation, life is full of good gifts that we can manage and enjoy. Many Christians understand this as evidence that human beings have dominion over God's creation. This could suggest that human beings have the power to use the world and its resources however they want, but it doesn't mean that humanity should exploit the Earth's resources.
Christians believe that God created the universe. He chose to create it out of love for humanity. Some may argue that he created it because he wanted to be adored, so his creation was selfish, however, Christians debated this. They would argue that since God is omnipotent, he doesn't need to be loved.
Many Christians turn to the biblical creation stories as a guide to what God says happened in the beginning. In addition, there are many different types of Christians, so everyone believes different things about creation. Christians believe that God appointed human beings to be in charge of what He created and to care for the world as responsible guardians. So yes, Christians believe different things about creation, but isn't that what God supposedly gave us the freedom to do? To believe what you want.
In doing so, the group is also fulfilling Jesus' instruction in the Gospel of Mark, chapter 10, verses 14-15: “Let the little children come to me and don't stop them, because the Kingdom of God belongs to those who are like these. Evolutionists and some old earth creationists (those who mix their Christianity with the pagan evolutionary story of a big bang, millions of years and other evolutionary ideas) often accuse that scientists who believe in a young Earth have no real degrees and don't conduct real scientific research that could be published in secular peer-reviewed scientific journals. There are different types of creationist Christians (you can read more about this here). In general, they believe that the story of the Bible is the literal truth.
As the debates unfolded, controversies arose about the date and nature of creation among biblical Christians. Subsequently, no matter how Christians believe that the Earth was created, it must have been an exhausting task for whoever or whatever was doing it. But not all Christians believe everything that is said in the Genesis stories; there are a number of inconsistencies that can be found throughout the three chapters. A group of biblical Christian scholars published a series of books called The Foundations in an attempt to define and defend biblical Christianity against this widespread commitment to liberalism.
The biblical creation holds the Bible as the account of God as an eyewitness to the real events of creation, since God was the only one who was there to observe what happened from the beginning. It could be seen as a more Christian way of doing things because a pilgrimage could be described as selfish because it's only for yourself, whereas if you donate the money to charity or to your local church, a lot of people will benefit.