Are there laws of science at all in your view? Is it an integral part of your opinion that those who differ from it do so through moral fault?
Of course there are laws of science. But they are created and, by the very nature of things, non-eternal. At a certain point only G-d existed. Then somehow by his omnipotent power he brought into existence physical reality and all its laws. But these laws did not pre-exist their creation nor did they (nor could they) govern the process of their own creation. They only functioned--indeed, only existed--after their supernatural creation from nothing. Just how in anyone's twisted thinking is my denial of the eternal pre-existence of the laws of science a "denial" of the laws of science?
As to the moral thing, I most certainly regard hypocrisy as a moral failure. And I regard people who believe in the magic tricks of the "new testament" and of the middle ages while denying as absolutely impossible the events of the Torah as absolutely despicable in its hypocrisy and probably based on class snobbery ("the virgin birth is for intellectuals, Genesis is for white trash").