Creation-science



noun
1.
a form of creationism advocated as an alternative to the scientific theory of evolution, and holding that the creation of the universe and everything in it was supernatural and relatively recent.

An effort to give scientific evidence for the literal truth of the account of Creation in the Bible. Creation science is not accepted by most scientists. (See creationism.)

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