Monday, June 26, 2006


What Creationism is Not

In a letter to The Times of London, the Rev. J. D. Wright of Brighton points out that "Creationism is not 'the belief that the universe was created by a supreme being or deity,'" an article of faith for all Christians, "many of whom also accept evolution, and see no conflict between the two."

Rather, creationism is "the belief that God created the world exactly in the way described in Genesis chapter one (strangely, always ignoring the completely different account in chapter two), with all species exactly as they are today, and that therefore evolution cannot have happened, despite all the evidence."


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