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    In what extend, creationism and evolutionism create a controversy among experts? Evolutionism versus creationism are one of the most controversial topics in our modern world and because of that, there are several hypotheses about the origin of species, from the theory of evolution by Charles Darwin to the theory of the creator in the holy bible; these hypotheses can be view skeptically since there are a few areas of knowledge and ways of knowing that we can look at. Then, what are evolutionism and creationism? First, evolutionism was a term to describe the process of how living organism emerges from a microorganism that was on earth billion years ago. In the other hand, creationism is the opposite of evolutionism which means…

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    Even though creationism is clearly supported, there are a lot of people in the scientific community and in society that are strongly opposed to the beliefs of creationists. Evolutionists have gained great support from the government over time and have convinced the courts that creationism shows favoritism towards a religion. Evolutionists argue that the Establishment Clause in the 1st amendment should prevent the government to show favor to any specific religion (“Creationism”, 2015). This is…

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    Creationism Vs. Evolution

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    The one question in the back of everyone’s mind; Why are we here and how did we get here? Every man or woman wants a reason or purpose for being, and there are many different explanations that people have found. Though there are many, there are many, the two main explanations that people have adopted are creationism and evolution. Creationism is based around the bible and its teachings and explanations while the theory of evolution is based around the idea that humans today evolved from primates…

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    obscurity between the belief of creationism and the concrete evidence of evolution; making today’s world a precarious place. First and foremost, many scientists and I myself included appreciate the years of research you have done on plant genetics at Cornell University. However, I hope you can address some concerns I have on your views supporting creationism. In most scientific circles, it is commonly accepted that the evidence of evolution is conclusive and based in both observation and…

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    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…

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    Biblical Creation as a Worldview Should Biblical Creationism be presented parallel with evolution as a valid explanation of the origin of the universe? The secular system is accepting evolution as fact, when evolution is really a worldview in which one sees the facts. The argument can then be made that if one must exert faith to believe evolution, then Biblical Creationism should not be disqualified as an equal explanation. National evangelist and former atheist Kirk Cameron (2004) writes,…

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    Evolution Vs. Creationism

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    Evolution versus Creationism has been a controversial issue for many years, and still is. Conflicts between evolution and creationism occur when evolutionists argue that creationism is not a scientific theory because it cannot be tested by the scientific method, whereas creationists argue that evolutionists do not take God into account and that evolution is just a theory rather than a fact. Both sides have convincing arguments and good reasons why the other side's opinion is not correct, but…

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    evident gap in how evolution or creationism should be taught in schools. The journal firmly states creationism is false and life just evolved, through Modern Synthesis with Darwin’s ideas on natural selection. (The journal states that) “The contemporary evolutionary theory provides a comprehensive account of the origins and diversity of life on Earth that has been rigorously tested and well supported over the last hundred years or so.” Providing the statement that the origin of life has been…

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    “ Such a diety is usually thought to be constantly involved in the creation and ready to assist if necessary, and without his constant supervision the world world would fall into calamity. Christians, Jews, and Muslims are creationists in this sense and are normally refrerred to as theists distinguishing themselves from deists. “Diests are people who believe that there is a creator who might or might not have created the material on which he or she is working and who does not interfere once the…

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    How it all began: Creationism vs. Evolutionary Science In our modern society a controversy has risen in the scientific community debating the origin of our world between, whether it was created through millions of years or in the blink of an eye by the All-powerful God. Though the argument has already been won our world did not just happen it was created. Creationism is described as the, “worldview that does not accept the undirected formation and development of life but requires intelligent…

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