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    though Creationism is not scientifically supported, Creationism should be taught in public schools, but only in history classes, because it has contributed to important events in history and it gives more perspective. A common argument that a lot of people use when they don’t agree with creationists on their stances is that creationism is not able to be proven scientifically. But a counter to that argument is how the theory of evolution is just as much as a theory as the theory of Creationism, so it

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    seemed to be the norm at the time. His theory was, during a time when religion and theism were flourishing, such an absurd and unconventional viewpoint that many theists refused to believe it and still to this day choose to rely on the theory of creationism and the idea that a “higher being” was behind the origin of man. Before Darwin published his theory, it may have been possible to be an atheist but he brought forth a new era where it was proven that science played a big part in the evolution of

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    Evolutionism and Creationism in Schools Today One of the biggest controversies in schools today is the debate between Evolutionism and Creationism and which should be taught in the United State's science classes. Many Christians believe that Creationism should be given equal time in schools, but others feel that teaching Creationism is teaching religion. Those fighting for equal time say that Creationism can be taught without all the religious jargon. Also many argue that Evolutionism is

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    Policy violates the Establishment Clause” and that “ID cannot uncouple itself from its creationist, and thus religious, antecedents” (Kitzmiller v. Dover). Leaving aside all personal opinions about religion and issues of biblical scholarship, creationism in the science classrooms of public schools is just not legal. Whether it is right or not, it has no place there; the Constitution guarantees that. It is not a scientific theory; it is a religious belief whether it pretends to be otherwise or

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    Creationism vs. Evolution

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    Creationism vs. Evolution This paper will focus on the huge controversy between Creationism and Evolution. I will provide two opposing viewpoints on this subject. First, the discussion will focus on the question of why many people believe that God created the universe and all living things. On the other end of the spectrum, scientific information will be presented that substantiates the evidence against the existence of God. This creationism counter-argument known as evolution has its

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    Biblical Creationism vs. Macroevolution

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    simpler and, due to natural selection, have become more complex over long periods of time. Macroevolution, which will be the focus of the following argument along with Biblical creationism, is the narrowed believe of evolution in the change at the species level while microevolution is change in order to adapt or mutate. Creationism, as defined by the same dictionary, as “the belief that God created all things out of nothing as described in the Bible and that therefore the theory of evolution is incorrect

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    reveal a message. In his novel, Aldous Huxley portrays Henry Ford as a deity through many historical parallels to Christianity, in a society ruled by science, in order to convey the innate need among most individuals for some sort of higher power. Creationism is defined as “the belief that the universe and the various forms of life were created by God out of nothing” (Britannica 1). With the

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    Christian in its history, and as a result of this creationism was a regular part of the school curriculum without question; but, after Charles Darwin discovered evolution, it came to replace creationism as the regularly taught explanation for how life developed on earth. Creationism has been defined as the belief that the universe and all living things were formed through acts of divine creation. Recently, many Christians want to see creationism put back into the school curriculum. Public schools

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    given by Penny Higgins. We should not allow religious belief such as creationism to be taught in science classrooms as a credible science, because creationism holds no merit in the scientific community. My thesis appears to be strong; however, I would reorganize my thesis if I had the opportunity. If I had to redo it I would say, “Religious beliefs such as creationism should not be taught in the science classroom, because creationism holds no merit in the scientific community.” My thesis statement remains

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    In a historical context, creationism versus the theory of evolution has always been a hotly contested subject, one of the major breakthroughs being when Darwin publicized his theory of evolution. Due to that, creationism has garnered a less-than-savory reputation, but what is not realized that there are two sects of creationism: biblical creationists, and “intelligent design” creationists. When Darwin published his theory of evolution 1859, his book was considered a major technological breakthrough

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