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creationism vs darwinism
Darwinism and Creationism have been heavily misunderstood in their time, and in the case of the Bible it has been translated many times. Darwin's book has been assumed as truth despite Darwin's assurances that his theory is just that, a theory, in his own book.
evolutionism and creationism both originated their beliefs in a book
creationism starts with God saying, "Let there be light." he makes the sun, moon, earth, stars, other planets, organisms, humans, and animals
evolution, as it is, is accepted to have begun with the start of the universe, which the leading theory is the 'Big Bang Theory', where a massive explosion caused the universe to generate
the Bible teaches that the reason humans survived is through God's grace, and that all humans are God's loved creation
Darwinism uses a heavy emphasis on survival of the fittest and assumes that the only reason humans survived to present day is through intelligence and being an apex predator.
Darwinism was developed in the 1800s and early 1900s by Charles Darwin
Creationism has existed as long as man has had the written word, the Bible being a communal work which was added to over time by many authors, all who are servants of God
Darwin says in his own book that the theory of evolution is a mere theory, and he welcomes anyone to try and disprove it.
The Bible is advertised as objective truth, but has accurate records and historical occurences to back it up, where Darwin's book is more theoretical in nature.
talk about evolution's length and timeframe
unbiased approach, talk about 7 days
Both are interesting and both are important parts of human history, which even if you don't believe in one or the other, you should still read up on them in order to better understand our past and the future we are heading towards
It is up to you to make a decision on which you want to believe, this essay is merely an objective informer
Objective, information essay on Creationism and Darwinism