- Creation vs. Evolution. Almost everyone wonders if the universe was created and how it was created.
- Information to support creationism comes from the Bible. The Bible is not considered a science book, but many consider it scientifically correct.
- A creationist is someone who supports creationism. They believe in a God who is the absolute creator of both heaven and earth.
Creation vs. Evolution.
Almost everyone wonders if the universe was created and how it was created.
People also ask: “How did man originate?” This is an argument that has been fought for many years. Although there are several ideas, the society mainly discusses two of them. The first idea is that man was created by God during his creation of the universe. This is the idea of creationism. It is supported by many religious people. Creationism is supported by religion. The second way humans could have originated is through a process called evolution. Evolution is a theory proposed by scientists to explain the origin of all species. Since both explanations are theories, neither of them can be proven to be correct or incorrect. To make a decision about which theory is correct, people must choose between religion or science.
The first theory about the origin of man is called creationism. Creationism is taking the literal meaning of the Bible. This theory is supported throughout the world by many religions. Creationism is the theory that God created the universe and its inhabitants in six days. Because creation occurred a long time ago, the length of a day is not defined. In the language of Hebrew, a day could have been twelve hours, twenty-four hours, or an epoch. If the duration was an epoch, the creation could span billions of years (Template 759).
Information to support creationism comes from the Bible. The Bible is not considered a science book, but many consider it scientifically correct.
Currently, there is no scientific evidence to prove that the Bible is wrong. Genesis, the first book of the Bible, contains information about creation. Genesis 1 describes the physical events of creation. Genesis 2 describes the creation of humans and other details. The creation process can be divided into steps. First, God created the physical universe; this included space, bond, matter, energy, galaxies, starting planets, etc. The earth’s atmosphere turned from opaque to translucent. Then the water cycle was created. God then established the continents and oceans and put plant life on the continents. Next, the Brewer 2.
The earth’s atmosphere changed from translucent to transparent; the sun, the moon and the stars become visible. God then created small marine animals and later marine mammals. Then he created the birds. Later, he created land mammals; these were both wild and domesticated. The creation of humanity was the final step. The first two humans that God put on earth were Adam and Eve. In creationism, all humans are direct descendants of Adam and Eve. Creationism has not yet been proven wrong by scientific evidence (“Creation versus Evolution”).
A creationist is someone who supports creationism. They believe in a God who is the absolute creator of both heaven and earth.
They were created out of nothing and by an act of free will. They believe that God is constantly involved in his creation. He is also ready to intervene at any time he deems necessary.
Creationists include Christians, Muslims, and Jews. Because creationism means the direct taking of the Bible, creationists take the Bible as a true guide to the history of life. Creationists believe that God put Adam on Earth first. Then he created Eve. They also believe that there was a worldwide flood after the initial creation.
Some creationists believe that the universe was created less than 10,000 years ago (Stencil 759). Creationists believe that evolution goes against the Bible. They also believe that supporting the theory of evolution is sacrilege (“creationism”). It is impossible to prove that God does not exist. Creationists believe that God can only be known as He wants to be known. As part of their religion, creationists support the theory of creationism (Morris).