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Does creation and evolution contradict each other?

Asked by: ladiesman
  • They're completely different.

    According to the creation theory, their god created all species in the span of about a week.
    According to the evolution theory, species that exist today are a result of them adapting to the changing environment and replacing former species that failed to adapt.
    Because these two theories are completely different in how and when species came to be, and that both can not be true at the same time, they contradict each other.

  • Yes they contradict

    Creationism is about God creating everything on earth as it is.
    Evolution is about everything slowly being created and changing overtime in order to survive the ever-changing environment. Why is this even a topic? It's simple that they are both completely different, the only thing we need to figure out is which one is true but that's a whole different story. Honestly I don't see how it would change anything if either were true or false, it doesn't make a difference in our world today.

  • Creation and Evolution Contradict

    I would say that the two are practically polar opposites. Let's contrast. Evolution says that it was an accident, Creation says it was intelligent. Evolution says it happened over a long span of time, while creationists say it happened in 6 literal day. Evolution takes an Atheistic view, while Creationists take a monotheistic view (normally). There are those who say that God created the evolutionary process. But I think that Evolutionists and creationists alike can agree that is nonsense. If this were an origins debate, it would be a harder answer, but it is plain to a simpleton that the two mainstream theories are very different from each other.

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  • Yes, they are contradictory.

    God creating man and "wild animals" separately excludes the possibility of evolution from a common ancestor. It is clear that the mountains of evidence in support of macroevolution erode creationary theory; it is only faith that convinces creationists they are right. It is also important to note that science, in general, contradicts the central religious idea: faith. Science and faith do not mix, and cannot mix by definition. You cannot be faithful and scientific at the same time.

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  • No, not at all.

    At least so far as the basic concepts of evolution and creationism go. The theory of creation, although most commonly associated with the god of the Abrahamic religions (Christianity, Islam, Judaism, etc.) throughout most of the western world, does not adhere to any specific set of religious beliefs. It's simply a theory stating that the universe was created by a god, gods, or other form of higher power acting consciously. That, in and of itself, does not contradict the theory that species are slowly changing and adapting over long periods of time. Now, whether or not evolution and, say, Christianity contradict one another is another matter entirely.

  • Science vs. Religion

    Whether or not God created the universe out of nothing, or whether or not species evolved by natural selection, the two ideas neither exclude nor include each other. Each theory concerns questions about the origins of matter, organic life, plant and animal species, humankind and the human soul. Evolution does not claim to answer the first or second question, but the third and fourth. Theories will only get us so far with deep philosophical questions.

  • They don't contradict.

    You can believe, as Albert Einstein did, that the world was created by a higher power who simply set it in motion and allowed nature to do the rest (although there is not an iota of evidence to support this hypothesis). The bible, however, does contradict evolution and therefore should not be taken seriously by any reasonable person.

  • They don't contradict.

    You can believe, as Albert Einstein did, that the world was created by a higher power who simply set it in motion and allowed nature to do the rest (although there is not an iota of evidence to support this hypothesis). The bible, however, does contradict evolution and therefore should not be taken seriously by any reasonable person.


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