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creation science

n.
1. The effort to provide scientific evidence supporting the account of the creation of the universe related in the Bible. Also called scientific creationism.
2. Creationism.

creation scientist n.

creation science

(1) Creationism, see there.
(2) A doctrine that attempts to garner scientific support for the story of creation as depicted in the Bible’s Genesis.
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Comparatively, Judge Jones arrives at the same conclusion for Intelligent Design Theory as Overton did for creation science.
Some of them host anti-evolution summer camps, publish very attractive anti-evolution magazines and books for children as well as for adults, sponsor creation science museums, coordinate anti-evolution conferences in communities across the country, broadcast on radio and television programs, write letters to editors of newspapers, etc.
Before analyzing the ability to teach creation science in public schools, the term must be defined.
In the early 1990s creationists asserted that teachers had a legal right to teach creation science.
These chapters are necessary background for his later discussions of creation science and of the controversy over cold fusion, but outsiders to rhetorical scholarship will find this part of the book slow reading.
Christian organizations that have passed resolutions officially endorsing evolution and deploring creation science include the Episcopal Church, Lexington (Ky.
Hahn in asking that evolution be presented in school as theory and that creation science be presented as an alternative theory.
Creation science (CS) is a discipline in which evidence is sought to support a literal interpretation of the opening chapters of Genesis.
This volume for general readers and students describes the development of evolutionary thought and debates in the field since the 1830s, before Charles Darwin's Origin of Species, to contemporary theories, including opposing views such as creation science and intelligent design theory.
To convince his followers that creation science is true science and therefore appropriate for inclusion in science classrooms, Henry Morris distinguished creation science from biblical creationism this way: "[Creation science] is based solely on scientific evidence .
Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana law that required the teaching of so-called creation science whenever a grade school or high school class covered the theory of evolution.
In the 1960s and 1970s, organizations and think tanks such as the Creation Research Society and later the Institute for Creation Research sprang up to support creation science, while researchers affiliated with these groups published books for popular audiences and pushed their theories to the press without the pressures of peer review or academic rigor.
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