Evolutionism Vs Creationism

What is the core differences between creationism and evolutionism? Creationism and Evolutionism(both atheistic and theistic evolutionism) are contradicting theories that try to explain the nature of organismal evolution, they are two very different theories. Creationism states that God does exists and he does interfere in the universe. Creationist believe in the design arguments and believe all that all complexities in our universe are products of intelligent design. While the two different interpretation of evolutionism, atheistic and theistic, both state that evolution happened and makes a biological argument towards evolution, they do contradict on the existence of God. Atheistic evolutionism state that god does not exists and that evolution …show more content…
Evolutionism support the argument that human’s went through evolution that can be notice in ancient fossils, however the changes we can notice on fossils may have been caused by another factor. Since the fossils are dated, the fossils might had been damaged or could have degraded over time and therefore the changes we can notice are not caused by evolution. The peppered moth did not undergo an evolutionary change they were just lucky(add argument). While dog breeds are not a product of artificial selection but instead were created by God. The imperfect adaptions we can find in nature can be explained through God changing his mind.(add argument). The reason why we can notice changes in organism is that God is challenging our faith to see who really believes in God.(add an argument). God is not omniscient and therefore intervenes to make organism better. God created evolution in order to challenge our faith, in order to notice who really does believe in God. Evolutionism makes argument that can be explained in a different …show more content…
One of the various argument that supports creationism is the design argument, creationism really strongly on the design argument. The Local design argument focuses on a small specific part of the universe; it argues that specific part of the universe is too specific to had been made by nature and therefore must had been created by intelligent design. The global design argument focuses on the whole universe itself, and argues that the laws of nature are too elegant to have been created by just nature and therefore is a product of intelligent design. Intelligent design is one of the many argument that cannot be explained through evolutionism. Intelligent design is the principle that all the complexities in our universe are too complex to be had been made by nature, therefore they must had been designed by God. William Paley used the analogy that if you found a watch on a beach then is it more likely that the watch was made in factory or made in nature. Paley used this analogy by comparing the watch to the universe stating that the universe is more likely to have been created by a designer rather than created in nature. One of the many examples of this is the human eye, the human eye is a complex organism that seem too complex for evolutionism to have created it, the human eye is an example of an irreducible complexity. An irreducible complexity is

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