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Traditionally creationism has roots in many religions.

There are various forms of creationism in many cultures.

One of the most popular tenets in cultures around the world

are variation of pair of male and female that parent the

entire earth of humans. They indicate generally that there is

first cause of humans and animals, usually as a result of an

omnipotent being. The Christian version of creationism, that

preach God as the sole creator of everything, and that

everything that we see today, are as they were when

originally made. This view of the world has been perpetuated

for many years by the Christian churches. However, science

has become thõ most imposing threat on these beliefs.

Specifically, the Darwinian theories of evolution, with its

concise, iconaclastic, logic, devastated the simplistic


The Darwinian theories were never complex in theory, and

somewhat intuitive. His theory of evolution was derived after

voyaging on the HMS Beagle 1831 through 1836.

The study of

specimens from the voyage convinced Darwin that modern

species had evolved from a few earlier ones. He documented

the evidence and first presented his theories on õvolution to

a meeting of scientists in 1858. In most cases, according to

Darwin, no two members of any species are exactly alike. Each

organism has an individual combination of traits, and most of

these traits are inherited. Darwin pointed out that gardeners

and farmers commonly developed special kinds of plants and

animals by selecting and breeding organisms ôhat had desired

traits. He believed that a similar kind of selective process

took place in nñture. Darwin called this process natural

selection, or the survival of the fittest. He showed that

living things commonly produce many more offspring than are

necessary to replace themselves. The earth cannot possibly

support all these organism, and so they...