Christianity and Evolution Analytical Essay by Kathy

Christianity and Evolution
A discussion of the theories of evolution and an analysis of whether Christians are capable of believing in them.
# 2232 | 2,170 words | 10 sources | 2000 | US
Published on Oct 11, 2001 in Philosophy (Science) , Religion and Theology (Christianity)


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Description:

A detailed discussion of the theories of evolution (naturalistic, theistic and creation science), and a comparison to the Christian belief of the world as G-d 's creation. The author analyzes whether a Christian can truly believe in the theories of evolution.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. Evolution

A. Charles Darwin ? ?Origin of Species?

B. Supporting Evidence



II. Creationism

A. Definition

B. Bible

C. Supporting Evidence



III. Conclusion

A. Survey

Summary

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From the paper:

There are three main views of how the universe came to be. Naturalistic evolution proclaims that the universe was driven by purely natural forces, without input from God. Theistic evolution states that evolution was a tool used by God. Creation Science states that everything was created by God in six days and six nights less than 10,000 years ago. What do people believe? Can a Christian, believing in God's miraculous creation, also believe in evolution?

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