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One of three possible ideas

1. Old Earth creationism - the belief that the origins of earth are divine in nature, yet do not contradict with any scientific findings.

2. Young Earth creationism - the belief that the word of the Bible, or any similar holy book, is literal and that the world was created in about six thousand years. This belief basically says that any testable data showing that the world is older than six thousand years is wrong. Frequently deals with faith more than science, and when science is invoked, it is typically misused or misinterpreted.

3. intelligent design
1. If one were to suppose that, to God, a day is more than twenty-four hours (which is possible because the sun was not created until the fourth day), then one could say that the Bible does not contradict scientific findings.

2. When a fake plaster cast of a human footprint next to a dinosaur's was used jokingly as a cover for a book by the late Stephen J. Gould, a staunch pro-evolutionist, creationists lauded the use as proof that scientists believe in creationism, and that humans and dinosaurs coexisted, whereas in reality, almost no paleobiologists believe so.
by Ryan Griffin November 30, 2005
Magic man done it!
Example of Creationism:
Magic man: Hocus pocus Universe!!!
Magic man: Hocus pocus Solar system!!!
Magic man: Hocus pocus Apple pie!!!
Magic man: Hocus pocus Beer!!!
Magic man: Hocus pocus P0rn!!!
Magic man: Hocus pocus Paper towl!
Magic man: Hocus pocus Earth!
Magic man: Hocus pocus Man!!!
Man: Thank you Magic man your the greatest.
Magic man: MORE BEER!!!!
Man: Hocus pocus baseball!
Magic man: Wow good one!
Magic man: EVEN MORE BEER!!!!
by Arch Magos September 21, 2012
That God created everything on the Earth (even all the tiny cyanobacteria, eubacteria etc that's never mentioned in the bible...) in a week. As a scientist, I don't buy it....however, who's to say that the idea of creationism and evolution have to be mutually exclusive. Even today, in spite of centuries of scientific advances, no one has been able to directly prove exactly HOW the cyanobacteria and methanogens set up camp on Earth...there are theories, sure...but what if, just for argumentation's sake, one were to assume that God just set up the perfect environment for all the organisms to thrive...but didn't actually create the organisms themselves? I don't personally believe in God, but those of you christians who happen to be scientists and get offended during evolution 101 might wanna think of it this way before you storm out of lecture. Just a thought..
According to the Bible, God made everything on this planet in 6 days and had the 7th day to rest and reflect on his work. This idea is creationism.
by shawne March 07, 2004
Broadly, a belief that the universe and life have divine origins, rather than resulting from chance.

Most often it refers specifically to the creation story of the judeo-christian tradition outlined in the book of Genesis, but the term can also apply to ideas from other religions (Hindu, Islam, various pagan and animist religions, etc)

"The origin of the univers often results in heated debate between creationists and scientists."
by Telegram Sam April 26, 2003
The belief that things 20 million times smaller than Quantom Physics control the universe something that if is manipulated by they Humans we would be able to change anything: Where planets are or if there are any, who died who lived or if anyone ever died. If a divine figure lived in the Universe or if not, the smallest thing in science. The very pinnacle of science.Most creationists join others to stop science all together because they think reaching the substance will completly obliterate humans, alians, gods everything.

Year of first Creationist:Unknown Origin:Unknown
I heard he got arrested, what for? A plot to kill a local scientist hes was apart of something called Creationism.
by stovajj299 April 03, 2009
The idea that the world was created by intelligent design.
All devout Christians believe that Creationism is true
by Avowed Conservative February 02, 2008
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Creationism has long been the subject of scientific theory, but more-so as a target than a
constant. In the following I will present a collection of scientifically accepted theories and
laws that together suggest that creationism is fact, and will debunk ideas such as the Big Bang.
The Second Law of Thermodynamics states that the amount of usable energy in the Universe
is decreasing. This is because heat cannot flow spontaneously from a material at a lower
temperature to a material at a higher temperature. The inverse of this states that heat can flow
spontaneously from a material at a higher temperature to a material at a lower temperature. This
basically means that the Universe has surpassed the equilibrium of time, and has passed it's mark
of half-life. This means that the Universe's life span is now in decline. For it to be in decline,
it would have had to have been increasing at some point. This point, according to this theory, was
the beginning of time. The proof that the Universe had a beginning is enough to debunk all theories
aside from the Big Bang Theory and Creationism.
To understand my following presentation, you must know that the cosmologists accept the
term Big Bang, which generally refers to the idea that the universe has expanded from a primordial
hot and dense initial condition at some finite time in the past (currently estimated to have been
approximately 13.7 billion years ago), and continues to expand to this day. This theory was
proposed by Georges Lemaître, and was based on Albert Einstein's General Theory of Relativity,
along with assumptions based on homogeneity and isotropy.
In 1916, when Einstein presented his General Theory of Relativity, his goal was to explain
gravitation in modern physics, unifying special relativity and Newton's Law of Universal
Gravitation. He came up with this formula explaining this theory:

2(distance) x 2(density) / (density)(distance)(time)^2 = (-8(pressure)(constant of gravity) / 3 )
x (density) + 3(pressure) / (speed of light)^2

This equation, along with his stated information, was missing one very necessary thing,
the existence of a creator or creators. In fact, the theory called for it. He had unintentionally
stated that a creator or creators of our universe do exist. This alone debunks the Big Bang
Theory, in the sense that it's theoretically devised from this theory, but states something
completely different by assumptions.
He spent several years modifying and revising this equation in an attempt to eliminate
the need for a creator, and present a theory that the Universe was static, meaning it had no
creator. He eventually presented a revised version he described as a 'fudge factor.' This was

immediately debunked by scientist because it reflected his opinion, instead of a scientific

explanation. He refereed to this as his biggest mistake. Because this was immediately
debunked because of it's opinionated content, the Big Bang Theory can't be accepted due
to it's large base of assumptions.
In 1919, Aurthur Eddington conducted an experiment during a solar eclipse which proved
that Einstein's originally General Theory of Relativity was true. He immediately stated, and it was
scientifically accepted, that the Universe was not static, but had a beginning. Using this,
he proposed an idea of a Universal Mind, or God. He concluded it was fairly plausible, according
to the present state of theory.
In 1929, Edwin Hubble discovered that the Universe was expanding at the same rate in all
directions. He did this by observing the shade of stars over time, later known as the Doppler
Effect. With this, he proposed that the Universe is getting less dense over time, meaning that
the farther one ventured into the past, the more dense the Universe would be, up until the singular,
most dense point, referred to as the beginning of time. Because this point was considered infinitely
dense, according to scientific law, it did not exist. This is because a point can only be dense to
a finite point. This means that the Universe was created from a non-existent point.
Because the Universe is becoming less dense over time, it could not be explained why the
pressure of the Universe stays constant, but something had to exist, and interfere. If there was
nothing controlling the pressure, over time things would expand due to relief of Universal pressure.
In 1992, NASA launched it's most sensitive satellite into space. The Cosmic Background
Explorer, or COBE, was sent up to measure the temperature over time in the Universe. Within
eight minutes of it's launch, it detected that their were layers of heat throughout the universe.
This reflects back on the Second Law of Thermodynamics, which states that heat cannot flow
spontaneously from a material at a lower temperature to a material at a higher temperature. These
layers were described as the thread of God. These perfect layers control the energy and pressure
in the Universe. Along with this discovery came the missing support for all of these theories.
Alone, these theories suggest the creation of the Universe, along with the existance of
a creator or creators. These theories not only validate religion, but also validate ideas of
the Universal Mind.
Now, which creator was the creator of our Universe. The study of religion along with the
study of these theories suggest that Christianity, Judaism, and Mormonism refer to the actual
creator that created our Universe. This is a sole factor the Old Testament of the Bible. The
difference between this testament, and the other documents of other religions is it's scientific
relation to the creation of the Universe. World religions usually refer to cast systems,
suggesting infinite cycles. Their religious documentation refer to cycles, starting with one
event, leading to other events, which eventually cycle back to the first event. The Old Testament
is different in that it specifically refers to a beginning of time, stating that time is finite,
meaning that someday time will cease, making it the only religious document acceptable to
scientific theory.
Scientist 1: Creationism? I suggest we base our studies off the big bang theory.
Scientist 2: Don't you know anything? You're no scientist at all. From the second law of thermodynamics, to Einstein's general relativity, to Nasa's COBE in 1992, how can you base anything on the big bang?
Scientist 1 shoots himself.
by Tyler McCreless September 16, 2009