Creationism

"In the beginning God created the heaven and earth.  Genesis 1:1. This is the first verse of the first book of the Holy Bible. This book is the basis on which all Christians believe that the universe was created by God and not through the theory of Evolution or the theory of Interventionism. Creationism is the most believable of the three main theories of development as we know it. I believe that the universe and all in it was created by God.

The Holy Bible is a way of linking Christians of present day to their past. The bible goes into in-depth detail about the beginning of the universe. It is well documented as to the process of the earth's creation and the steps that were involved in the creation.

Everything we use today has a close relation to the written word of the Bible. God took six days to create the world and on the seventh day he rested. We use a seven day cycle that makes up a week. If this story didn't have a certain following the weekly cycle could have been greater than or less than the number seven.

God created ADAM-(man) and he also created woman. EVE-(woman) was created from the last, left rib of ADAM. They were told to be fruitful and multiply thus creating offspring. This is the same principle that is followed up to present day. A man and a woman are needed to create offspring naturally.

We also have rules and regulations that must be followed. God gave rule and regulations to ADAM and EVE that were to be followed. The serpent that deceived EVE led ADAM to believe that the fruit from the tree in the middle of the Garden of Eden was okay to eat. When this rule of not eating from the tree was broken the consequence was that ADAM and EVE found out that they were naked. Our judicial system is based on a criminal paying the consequence for his/her wrong doing.

God created the concept of night and day. This is the essentially key to the way society depicts th

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