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  1. Types of Creationism and Evolution Made by: Prim Grade 10

  2. Creationism1

  3. Creationism • universe is created by God • Genesis in the Bible • Many types

  4. Types of Creationists1Christian Creationism • Flat Earthers • Geocentrics • Young Earth Creationists • Omphalos • Old Earth Creationists • Gap Creationists • Day-Age Creationism • Progressive Creationism • Intelligent Design Creationism

  5. Evolutionary Creationism • Theistic Evolutionists • Methodological Materialistic Evolutionists • Philosophical Materialistic Evolutionists Non-Christian Creationism • Raelians • Panspermia • Catastrophic Evolution

  6. Flat Earthers – flat land, round atmosphere • Geocentrism – Ptolemy model

  7. Young Earth Creationism – literal Bible • Omphalos – created young, but looks aged

  8. Old Earth Creationism – old Earth, later life • Gap Creationism – long gap, recreation

  9. Day-Age Creationism – 6 days of creation happens over long time. • Progressive Creationism – God created animals (not relating)

  10. Intelligent Design Creationism – God's design is seen. • Evolutionary Creationism – dependent on God. • Theistic Evolution –God creates through evolution.

  11. Methodological Materialistic Evolution – God doesn’t interfere with evolution • Philosophical Materialistic Evolution –supernatural doesn’t exist

  12. Non-Christian Creationism • Raelians – other planet scientists • Panspermia – life brought by other solar system. • Catasthrophic Evolution - evolution occurs accidently.

  13. Evolution2

  14. Evolution2 • Animals evolve into another animal. • Two main types of evolution • One kind of animal change to another. • Ex. Apes  Humans • Animals branched from a common ancestor. • Ex. Common ancestor (?)  Humans, Apes

  15. Types of Evolution • Organic Evolution • Macro-Evolution • Micro-Evolution • Cosmic Evolution • Chemical Evolution • Stella and Planetary Evolution

  16. Main • Organic Evolution – common ancestor • Macro-Evolution – big, major changes • Micro-Evolution – small, minor changes

  17. Cosmic Evolution – Big Bang • Chemical Evolution – hydrogen • Stella and Planetary Evolution - stars and planets

  18. Creation or Evolution?

  19. Sources • 1Isaak, Mark. “What is Creationism?” The TalkOrigins, 30 May 2000. Web. 15 Aug. 2012 http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/wic.html • 2“The Different Types of Evolution.” The Final Frontier. Web. 18 Aug. 2012 http://www.finalfrontier.org.uk/index.php?main=3&sub=1&page=9