Got a short quest if creation gives rise to time and the world. Our perception allows observation of that world and we interpret events within it as a result of which we describe as causality. Action and reaction cause and effect. This observation leads to a contradiction since any creation requires action which creation is the effect of that action. Without time you cannot have causality because causality is a sequence of cause and effect and requires time to afford sequence. So the world could not be a result of creation since creation is the reaction or effect of a cause that requires the presence of time. So do we conclude time is eternal to allow the causal nature any creation requires and confirm the correctness in our perception of causality from observation.