The “problem” of creation is how to describe and find the first event.
But there is no problem. There is only bad grammar. The solution is in the words we use.
The idea of creation being a “first event” is bad grammar. Events are naturally modelled on causal, spatio-temporal physical objects. They are always caused by a previous event, by definition. So, a first, creation, event is a contradiction, or bad grammar.
The solution is to review what we are trying to explain. Grammar is a good start. We don’t have to look for an explanation. We don’t need to look to metaphysics. Creation is not a “first” spatio-temporal event, which is a contradiction, but is the ground or manifesting condition of causality or spatio-temporality.