In this age of the Internet, most people turn to Wikipedia for information. We use it ourselves from time to time. However, we'd like to emphasize that this online encyclopedia should be used with extreme caution, especially when looking up any topic touching on politics, religion or worldviews.
Don't let the science establishment and the media fool you into thinking that creationism is a pseudo-science believed by only a handful of people. According to Gallup polls taken over a 26-year period, between 43% and 47% of Americans agreed with the creationist view that God created human beings pretty much in their present form within the last 10,000 years or so. Another 35% to 40% believe in other forms of creationism, including theistic evolution. But we're not rejoicing over these figures.
Imagine for a moment that you're a student who wants to watch a video about God creating the heavens and the earth. You go to YouTube, enter the search term "creationism" and click the SEARCH button.
As you look at the first page of results, you discover that ALL of the videos are attacks on creationism. Apparently, atheists and Darwinists are busy with their evangelistic efforts. And they're effective, judging from the fact that some of their videos have been viewed by over a million people. You see nearly 40 different videos under the headings "Foundational Falsehoods of Creationism" and "Evidence for Evolution and Against Creationism." You also find a multi-part series titled "Why Do People Laugh at Creationists?" as well as videos with such titles as "Creationist Junk Debunked." Where are the creationism videos?
So you enter a new search term: "anti-evolution." Do you find creationism videos there? Nope.
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