Atheists say creationism is not even a theory.
You obviously don’t understand what “theory” means. A theological theory is a well substantiated explanation of some aspect of the spiritual world, based on a body of facts that have been repeatedly confirmed through observation and prayer. Amen.
So, you take the scientific definition of the word theory, adds some religious stuff to it, and pretends that this new “definition” has significance. Sorry, reality doesn’t work that way.
Repeatedly “confirmed” through observation and prayer? Sorry, “confirmation” is a term you can’t twist to fit here. If prayer worked, it would be confirmed through the traditional methods of science. Observation is only a part of that process. Also included in confirmation is measurement, experimentation, and the formulation, testing, and modification of hypotheses, not to mention peer review.
Without the other steps, what you get is a bunch of people saying that they observed something miraculous (hallelujah, the Virgin Mary statue is crying) and not doing further checking to find out that either condensation has taken place or that someone has deliberately perpetrated a hoax.