Creationism

[Revised entry by Michael Ruse on June 6, 2014. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] At a broad level, a Creationist is someone who believes in a god who is absolute creator of heaven and earth,
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[Revised entry by Michael Ruse on June 6, 2014. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] At a broad level, a Creationist is someone who believes in a god who is absolute creator of heaven and earth, out of nothing, by an act of free will. Such a deity is generally thought to be constantly involved ('immanent') in the creation, ready to intervene as necessary, and without whose constant concern the creation would cease or disappear. Christians, Jews, and Muslims are all Creationists in...

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News source: Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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