In the first day, light and darkness (day and night) were mad... ... middle of paper ... ...do not totally agree with it because the possibilities of an accidental origin are tiny. Although I am considered Catholic, I do not believe in its theory of the creation because science provides explications, contrary to religion, which is based on believing what the bible and the church says. The scientific theories of creationism have a rational explanation step by step not including philosophical part, but the chemical coordination of the formation of the universe and life since its most minimum expression. Religion explains the origin of life in its own way by forcing people to believe in its principles without any discussion, therefore, humans’ logic rejects its impositions and to my point of view, what may be called their fantasies. On the other hand, both theories could be either real or false by the very fact that they are theories and are not ascertained.
Ever since Charles Darwin published his book On The Origin of Species, the prattle between creationists and evolutionists has been exceedingly tempestuous. A majority of persons believe evolution can never coexist with creationism, but this conjecture is far from legitimacy. While the term “Christian Scientist” is considered an oxymoron by some individuals, evolution is far from an atheistic term. Evolution is chiefly a theory which suggests the universe is the result of a calamitous explosion of matter. The theory of evolution,furthermore, asserts that everything on Earth is composed of genetic material which evolved over centuries.
However, Darwin's theory alone seems to be an inadequate interpretation of the entire scope of life. My thoughts on religion changed significantly as I researched the creationist perspective on evolution. I am not at all convinced by the intelligent design hypothesis, despite the fact that natural theology has become a great deal more sophisticated since Genesis. In a way, I agree with evolutionists who claim that until the existence of God can be proven, no creationist theory will hold water against Darwin. It's frightening to abandon the idea of a higher power, but after reading several creationist texts, I question His place in the scientific community.
If, through the experimental processes of science, we have been able to diagnose the causes of so many of the universe’s origins and following products, why would it be unreasonable to conclude that we couldn’t find a scientific solution to the origin of life? Science seeks to answer the questions of the universe, while creationism and religion lay under problems and fill in gaps of uncertainty with divine intervention. Science has disproved the vast majority of religious claims, so to assume that it couldn’t do the same for the origin of life would be asinine. Science constantly defeats pseudoscience with the use of logic and evidence and its dedication to finding substantial truth.
Evolution vs. Creationism Abstract In the history of science vs. religion there have been no issues more intensely debated than evolution vs. creationism. The issue is passionately debated since the majority of evidence is in favor of evolution, but the creation point of view can never be proved wrong because of religious belief. Human creation breaks down into three simple beliefs; creation theory, naturalistic evolution theory, and theistic evolution theory. The complexities of all three sides create a dilemma for what theory to support among all people, religious and non-religious. Evolution vs. Creationism The theories of human evolution may always cause a heated dispute.
The Mystery of Human Origin The mystery of human origin is an often-debated topic. It is an issue that can never be proven, something as vague as the existence of God, the proof of a human soul, or even as evasive as the human psyche itself. The debate itself is divided between two main camps: the Evolutionists, who concur with Darwin's theory of evolution, survival of the fittest, and natural selection. They believe that mankind evolved from earlier versions of hominids, which in turn evolved from earlier primates. The other camp follows the theory of Creationism, preferring the Bible to the works of Darwin.
His theory, backed by scientific analysis, had dismissed the idea of a single deity creating all life on Earth. It is not like Darwin had a personal agenda against religion or anything, but he did create what would become the main evidence used by atheists to disprove the Bible. Now his theory is still theory, and is yet to be proven as a fact, but is still believed by much of the scientific society as a fact. The struggle between the religious and the atheistic will rage for many years, but where the battle will cause the most damage is in the American school system. The thesis of this paper is, teachers must be required to teach evolution; which is already in place in the American school system, but teachers cannot be allowed to teach evolution as a fact, or evidence disproving the existence of a god.
The ongoing scientific investigation of how exactly evolution occurred and continues to occur has been an argumentative idea amongst society since Darwin first articulated it over a century ago. The scientific basis of evolution accounts for happenings that are also essential concerns of religion; both religion and science focus on the origins of humans and of biological diversity. For instance, in the reading “Truth Cannot Contradict Truth,” Pope John Paul II, addressing the Pontifical Academy of Science, discussed the matter of God as creator of man. The Pope explains that men cannot relate to animals because men are superior. The reasoning for that is because God created humans under his likeness.
It is a far stretch to say that Humans, the most complex things on the face of the earth, evolved from a simple singled-celled organisms. Without some place where God comes in and breaths life into the human, there is no way it is possible. In the same way, science is the main area where humans have the freedom to think and explore the nature of everything from human origin to the composition of the atom. Religion must also realize that science gives us a lot. The people in the Scopes Monkey trial were unwilling to accept science as a way to explain the origin of the human species.
Either they believe there is a creator (creationist) or they believe (evolutionist) but with a thorough examination of scientific evidence one must believe that evolution is the basis for our existence. The idea of creation varies with each of the world’s many religions; not providing creationists with a stable ground to inform on. Creationist’s believe in a supreme creator, who is responsible for the universe and everything natural that it contains. Creationists believe in Genesis to prove that evolutionists’ theories are false. Mostly everyone know the book they refer to The Holy Bible, and in the book of Geneses chapter 2 verse 19 “and out of the ground the Lord God formed every beast of the field, and every fowl of the air” is what the creationist whole true.