All true science will agree with Scripture. Aside from the Theory of Evolution, you can't point out a single instance of where science, history, or any other field contradicts Scripture. Accordingly, I defer to the authority of the Bible above all else,
The age of the universe is disputable, but I acknowledge that other stars and planets are much older than the earth. Since this was written for men, the focus was our planet and how everything came into being. Nobody can prove the age of the universe. It really doesn't matter how old it is, as we agree that the our solar system is probably not the oldest. The Bible is inspired by God, it's not a science book, and the authors often use descriptive language. This hardly proves God (or even Moses) is wrong.
Scientists don't even agree on the age of the Earth. How could they possibly agree on the age of the universe? Our dating methods are not an exact science. I get that people have studied these sciences. However, scientists who believe in Creation have also studied these topics quite extensively. I've heard that the universe is still expanding. Actually, I don't doubt it. God is constantly in the act of creating.
I agree, Science is not a religion. However, I believe that Evolution is more of "belief" than true science. True science not only is a tool, but uses techniques of observation, experimentation, etc. People often mistakenly believe that those of us who do not believe in Evolution are "anti-science", but nothing could be further from the truth. There are a great many scientists such as Ken Ham and Carl Baugh who can support the "creation" argument with plenty of evidence.