Fortunately for Christianity that is not true. The three passages you cite are connected to the justification of the Jewish Sabbath on the seventh day. The Deuteronomy version of the Decalogue is identical to that found in Exodus, except for one significant change. This justification is replaced by one based on the Exodus, which seems more historically accurate.
As you know The Sabbath was a sensitive area of conflict between Jesus and His critics. In fact Jesus denied that God the Father and God the Son rested on the seventh day (John 5:16-17,) contradicting Genesis 2:2. You also know that the Christian day of worship is on the first day, not the seventh, contradicting cosmology of the six day creation and the Decalogue.
So we must look beyond the OT to the NT to see what the Bible says about Creation. The best source for this is John 1:1-3, which says that God the Father created the universe through God the Son, the Logos, Jesus Christ. Since Jesus said that God is still creating and God the Son did not send the Son to Abraham, but waited some 2,000 years until the world was ready for Him, it seems to me that one can make an excellent case that the Bible testifies to the fact that life has evolved on earth.
Also of course the fact that God the Father created through the Logos, Jesus Christ the Logos, God's Rational, True Word, means that God would not create the universe that is a lie, that it appears to be much older than it really is.