Essay on Evolution & Creationism

2941 Words Oct 20th, 2013 12 Pages
Evolution and Creationism
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Thesis: "Acceptance of Creation is growing in spite of overwhelming evidence proving Evolution." I. Acceptance of Creation is growing in spite of overwhelming evidence proving Evolution There is no easy resolution for whats true and evolution or creationism. It is a complex topic with profound scientific, religious, educational, and criticism. How can a student or parent come to grips with this issue? Evolution vs. Creationism provides a badly needed, comprehensive, and balanced introduction to the many facets of the current debates about what should be taught in a classroom or in reality itself. Evolution relies on scientific facts while creationism clings on biblical beliefs. But the legal and
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It is a complex topic with profound scientific, religious, educational, and criticism. How can a student or parent come to grips with this issue? Evolution vs. Creationism provides a badly needed, comprehensive, and balanced introduction to the many facets of the current debates about what should be taught in a classroom or in reality itself. Evolution relies on scientific facts while creationism clings on biblical beliefs. But the legal and educational basis for its teaching, and the various religious points of view is what puzzles todays classrooms and peoples beliefs. Just as important are the resources that we learn in life, people have the right to question the controversy of creationism and evolution.
What is Creationism? Creationism is the belief that the universe and living organisms originate from creation, as in the biblical account, rather than by processes. Like evolution, creationism can have more than one meaning. As Scott points point, “At its most basic, creationism is the belief that the universe was created by an immortal being of some sort” (47). There is

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