October 28, 2021

Creationism, as in the Abrahamic religions, is the belief that man, life, earth, and the entire universe had a miraculous origin resulting from the supernatural intervention of a supreme being who is generally called God. This interference can be seen either as an act of creation from nothing (ex nihilo), or as the emergence of order from pre-existing chaos (demiurgos). In the modern sense, the term creationism is specifically associated with a type of conservative Christian fundamentalism that clashes with various aspects of science. Among scientists, creationism is a pseudoscience, which is incompatible with the scientific method. According to the opponents of creationism, the proponents of creationism cannot propose a theory of creation that can be falsified or can be researched using scientific instruments. Many who hold creationist beliefs consider these aspects of religious belief to be appropriate, or at least unaffected by scientific explanations. However, creationism in everyday use usually implies religious, political and social campaigns — for example, in education — to establish dominance or broad acceptance of a spiritual view of nature and of man's place in it. This view often runs counter to certain interpretations of the scientific method or naturalism which such creationists reject as materialistic, secular, or even anti-religious. Those who hold a literal view of Creation reject scientific theories which they feel contradict their religious texts. Most notable is the rejection of evolution and common descent by many creationists, who find the idea that humans are "derived from lower beings" as insulting or blasphemous. Such creationists often also reject the current scientific consensus regarding the origin of life, the origin of the human species, the geological history of the Earth, the formation of the solar system, and the origin of the universe.


The term creationism is most often used to describe the belief that Creation took place literally as described in the Book of Genesis (for both Jews and Christians) or the Qur'an (for Muslims). Although the Hebrew Scriptures can be freely translated to imply a denial of the notion of "Creation from nothing" (creatio ex nihilo) and, according to some scholars, may even propose different explanations of Creation, some Jews and Christians use Genesis solely. eyes to support their beliefs about the origin of all things. See Creation according to the Book of Genesis.

Criticism of creationism

Within the biological science community, creationism as a 'theory' has fallen out of favor and evolutionary theory has taken its place. However, there are still fierce debates in some circles, and usually relate to views of life. Some creationists base their opinions on their life beliefs. There are also proponents of creationism who try to present creationism as a science and try to discredit the theory of evolution by using scientific arguments. This argument attacks the weaknesses of models in the fields of evolution and geology. There are also arguments that argue that there is a misinterpretation of the laws of nature and the measurement of time into the past. Creationist scientists are not directly involved in laboratory or field studies; rather, they reinterpret the results of other people's studies. Creationism as 'science' is considered a pseudoscience (pseudoscience) by scientists. The reason is

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