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00:05:14 1 Beliefs and activities
00:05:24 1.1 Religious basis
00:06:36 1.2 Modern religious affiliations
00:07:51 1.3 Views on science
00:10:32 2 History
00:13:28 2.1 Court determinations
00:20:07 2.2 Intelligent design splits off
00:25:08 3 Issues
00:27:40 3.1 Metaphysical assumptions
00:30:39 3.2 Religious criticism
00:32:44 3.3 Scientific criticism
00:37:10 3.4 Historical, philosophical, and sociological criticism
00:38:33 4 Areas of study
00:38:43 4.1 Creationist biology
00:41:53 4.2 Earth sciences and geophysics
00:42:04 4.2.1 Flood geology
00:44:30 4.2.2 Radiometric dating
00:48:54 4.2.3 Radiohaloes
00:50:50 4.3 Astronomy and cosmology
00:51:00 4.3.1 Creationist cosmologies
00:52:29 4.3.2 Planetology
00:54:36 5 Groups
00:54:45 5.1 Proponents
00:55:10 5.2 Critics
00:55:49 6 See also
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Creation science or scientific creationism is a branch of creationism that claims to provide scientific support for the Genesis creation narrative in the Book of Genesis and disprove or reexplain the scientific facts, theories and paradigms about geology, cosmology, biological evolution, archeology, history, and linguistics.The overwhelming consensus of the scientific community is that creation science fails to produce scientific hypotheses, and courts have ruled that it is a religious, not a scientific, view. It fails to qualify as a science because it lacks empirical support, supplies no tentative hypotheses, and resolves to describe natural history in terms of scientifically untestable supernatural causes. Creation science is a pseudoscientific attempt to map the Bible into scientific facts. It is viewed by professional biologists as unscholarly, and even as a dishonest and misguided sham, with extremely harmful educational consequences.Creation science began in the 1960s, as a fundamentalist Christian effort in the United States to prove Biblical inerrancy and nullify the scientific evidence for evolution. It has since developed a sizable religious following in the United States, with creation science ministries branching worldwide. The main ideas in creation science are: the belief in "creation ex nihilo" (Latin: out of nothing); the conviction that the Earth was created within the last 6,000–10,000 years; the belief that humans and other life on Earth were created as distinct fixed "baraminological" kinds; and the idea that fossils found in geological strata were deposited during a cataclysmic flood which completely covered the entire Earth. As a result, creation science also challenges the commonly accepted geologic and astrophysical theories for the age and origins of the Earth and universe, which creationists believe are irreconcilable with the account in the Book of Genesis. Creation science proponents often refer to the theory of evolution as "Darwinism" or as "Darwinian evolution."
The creation science texts and curricula that first emerged in the 1960s focused upon concepts derived from a literal interpretation of the Bible and were overtly religious in nature, most notably linking Noah's flood in the Biblical Genesis account to the geological and fossil record in a system termed flood geology. These works attracted little notice beyond the schools and congregations of conservative fundamental and Evangelical Christians until the 1970s, when its followers challenged the teaching of evolution in the public schools and other venues in the United States, bringing it to the attention of the public-at-large and the scientific community. Many school boards and lawmakers were persuaded to include the teaching of creation science alongside evolution in the science curriculum. Creation science texts and curricula used in churches and Christian schools were revised to eliminate th ...
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