Definition of Creation science

1. Noun. An effort to give scientific support for the truth of the account of Creation given in the Book of Genesis.

Generic synonyms: Creationism



Definition of Creation science

1. Noun. A scientific and Biblical attempt by fundamentalist Christians to present the creation story found in Genesis as literal scientific truth. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Lexicographical Neighbors of Creation Science

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creating from raw materials
creating one flesh
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creation science (current term)
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Literary usage of Creation science

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Architect and the Scaffold: Evolution and Education in South Africa by Wilmot Godfrey James, Lynne Wilson, Human Sciences Research Council (2002)
"Reiser's book is nothing more than a rehash of the old stock creation science arguments developed in the USA in recent decades. ..."

2. Invisible Light: Or, The Electric Theory of Creation by George Woodward Warder (1900)
"Moses says man was a special creation. Science so- called says he is only the growth and development of a protoplasm, a primordial cell, a jelly fish, ..."

3. The Debate Between the Church and Science, Or, The Ancient Hebraic Idea of by Francis William Upham (1860)
"The scientific ideas, as well as ecclesiastical, are destined to feel a great influence from the true interpretation of the record of Creation. Science ..."

4. Science and the Bible, Or, The Mosaic Creation and Modern Discoveries by Herbert William Morris (1871)
"A sunbeam is a mysterious creation; science has proved that no substance can be exposed to it without undergoing a change. In it have been discovered, ..."

5. The Architect and the Scaffold: Evolution and Education in South Africa by Wilmot Godfrey James, Lynne Wilson, Human Sciences Research Council (2002)
"Reiser's book is nothing more than a rehash of the old stock creation science arguments developed in the USA in recent decades. ..."

6. Invisible Light: Or, The Electric Theory of Creation by George Woodward Warder (1900)
"Moses says man was a special creation. Science so- called says he is only the growth and development of a protoplasm, a primordial cell, a jelly fish, ..."

7. The Debate Between the Church and Science, Or, The Ancient Hebraic Idea of by Francis William Upham (1860)
"The scientific ideas, as well as ecclesiastical, are destined to feel a great influence from the true interpretation of the record of Creation. Science ..."

8. Science and the Bible, Or, The Mosaic Creation and Modern Discoveries by Herbert William Morris (1871)
"A sunbeam is a mysterious creation; science has proved that no substance can be exposed to it without undergoing a change. In it have been discovered, ..."

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