I know you don’t. But the rationalization you’ve come up with to square your creationism with evidence for common descent is, in principle, the very same mechanism. Otherwise you’re not explaining the same evidence. So in your attempt to explain the same evidence, you are effectuating common descent. but rather than have descendants evolve from common ancestors, you just have God somehow deriving genetic and other forms of hiearchical datasets progressively from some universally shared ancestor template.
But I do believe that what you think was a common ancestor of primates and humans was actually a common genetic template employed for both species by God at their creation.
You don't have to keep telling me what you believe, I already know that because that's what you started by saying. The problem is you don't seem to have really thought about the implications of what you're saying.
Humans share a common ancestor with chimpanzees, you think they don’t but instead humans and chimps were derived from some common genetic template. But the ancestor of humans and chimps, also shares an ancestor with gorillas. So now you need to posit that God derived gorillas, and the human-chimp ancestor, from some prior human-chimp-gorilla template even further back. And this ancestor of all three, shares an ancestor with Orangutans, so now you need to posit that this human-chimp-gorilla ancestor was derived, together with Orangutans, from an even more prior common genetic template.
And so on and so forth through all the ancestors of all life, you now have to invent a huge progression of hierarchically arranged templates going back to the last universal common ancestor, which you would instead just call the “last universal common genetic creation template”.