Glad you asked.
For an agnostic, it takes faith to believe creation came from nothing primarily because the laws of science, their god, won't allow it. Nothing can come from nothing according to the laws of science. True science, real science won't allow something to come from nothing.
So you see, they have to have faith to believe in evolution of something from nothing even though there are no concrete proofs that such an act could ever happen. Agnostics and atheists, in my mind, have unusual faith or ............ irresponsible laws and hypothesis and, or ...........Ah, shall I say stupidity.
Look at creation today. You will believe.
Look at Israel and ancient prophesy and Israel's very existence, and you will believe.
Look at real, true answers to prayers, and you will believe.
Look at how God takes all things for those who believe and works it together for good, and you will believe.
Look at death and the questions of eternity, and you will want to believe.
Look at the pure, wonderful love of God, and you will believe.
I see real, practical, analytical, even scientific answers to the question of life when I look at God. Oh, it takes some faith, but I believe less faith than agnostics have to have.
Agnostics have to have more faith than I have to believe all that I see could come from nothing. Wow, they really have to have some big faith.
Yes, I believe there is a God who made the heavens and the earth and all of creation.
Ps. 19:1 reads, "The heavens declare the glory of God;
the skies proclaim the work of his hands."
He is good!