A central tenet of creationism is that the earth (or even the entire universe) was created over a very short period of time, either six literal days or at most 6000 years, and that this creation was completed about 4000 BCE (see Creationism).
Needless to say, this worldview is in utter disagreement with the . . . → Read More: Supernovas and “God the Great Deceiver” theology
A fundamental precept of evolutionary biology is that a combination of random variation and natural selection is the fundamental driving force for evolution. In contrast, skeptics of evolution, including many creationist and intelligent design writers, assert that whereas natural biological processes may result in minor changes in a single species over time, nothing fundamentally . . . → Read More: Can an evolutionary process generate English text?