The Creationist View Of Evolution And Creation

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Evolution and Creation The debate of the world’s origins is one that has been around for many ages. There are so many view of how the world was created or constructed. Two very popular views are the view of evolutionist and the creationist views. Both are complex and have valid points, but only one can be true. The earth was only made one way. What was the true way the earth was created? Only one could be true, otherwise there would not be one definite truth and nothing could be considered true because everything could be true. With ample evidence for both they both make convincing arguments. The one definite truth of how the world and the universe was created, is the creationist view. Furthermore, the origins of how the world was created …show more content…
Also the earth had no oxygen present. This scenario was perfect for the early earth’s atmosphere to produce energy discharges, such as lighting. The discharge of energy would lead to the production of small organic molecules to be formed. After many, many years the small molecules would congregate in the earth’s oceans. This in turn would produce a “prebiotic soup” that again over a very long period of time would produce more complex molecules. These complex molecules are the building blocks that eventually lead to biomolecules, which are found in living organisms. Humans then were formed from lesser hominids species, not from monkeys. The use of natural selection was the “guiding principle by which all livings things came into existence.” (Evolution introduction) The creationist view of how the world began and how life was created is completely different from evolution. The biggest difference is that in the creationist view there is a divine creator that had a plan in place to make all of the universe. This gives all that was created a meaning and a purpose. Nothing was made for without a purpose. Earth was created in seven days and done by the …show more content…
The creationist view seems to hold more reasonable points. There are many arguments out there for both sides, but I believe that the creationist view is superior. Starting from the beginning of the Bible to the end, it has ample evidence of a Divine creation. Genesis 1:1 explains how it all started. God created everything including man as it is said in Genesis 2:1-2 and in Genesis 5:1. Only something with immense power can create our universe. God is seen in Job 38:4, Genesis, 1 Timothy and Psalm 148:2-5 displaying his power and how great he is. Those passages also explain how and what he created with his powers. Also, humans should remember their place on this earth and remember we were created by God, not God created by humans. Remember who created us. Humans are not capable of creating or even imaging how to create this universe. This is even further explained in Psalm 100:3. Both the heaven and the earth point to a creator and hid power like Isaiah 42:5 and Psalm 33:6 say. Even in the New Testament there is evidence of a divine creator for example Colossians 1:16, Hebrews 11:3 and Revelations 4:11 mention a Divine creator. His power has been made visible to us through his creation. To reject that there is a divine creator is just being blind. Something intelligent had to create this universe. It is much too complex. John 1:3 and 1 John 1:3 explain that without God there would be nothing. The evidence of divine creation is

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