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Operation Science vs Origins Science

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Operational Science vs. Origins Science – Definition and Distinction If for anything, both creation and evolution have one thing in common: both cannot be proven through observation and repeat experimentation because the formation or creation of the universe was a one-time event. Does this mean that both theories of origins are NOT science? Not exactly. Both parties are conflicting due to a number of reasons, and among these reasons is the general but faulty assumption of having a singular definition of science. Science is an ever-evolving concept, but one eternally focused on finding the truth through systematic techniques. Taking the neutral and widely accepted definition of science, both theories (creation and evolution) are categorically scientific in that both use scientific methodologies to verify their hypotheses. No matter how much evolutionist discredit creation for being scientific, it is imperative to recognize both theories of origins as forms of historical science, or simply origins science. To understand this more, it is important to define the two general kinds of science: operational science and origins science. Operational Science Origins                                                

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Creation, Evolution & Science – A Scientific View

  The origins of life has been a popular topic of debate for decades, stirring division among groups of people regarding what to believe – whether a higher entity created life (Creation) or it was a direct result of a series of cosmic accidents (Evolution). Discussions often swerve from a friendly beginning and end up an intense argument between two opposing minds; one that is rooting for religion and faith in God, and the other for science and faith in human intelligence. The first greatest battle concerning the two conflicting “origins propositions” happened in 1859 when Charles Darwin published “The Origin of Species” and refuted previous beliefs on a young Earth and on a God-created cosmos. The latest debate happened on February 4, 2014, when science communicator Bill Nye debated Kentucky’s Creation Museum founder and young-Earth believer Ken Ham for three long hours. Now, we subject ourselves to yet another series of quandary involving our very origins and try to find the seemingly elusive answers to the questions: Where do we come from? Who or what made us – a supreme being or some cosmic event, or both? What should we believe in – Creation or Evolution? Does it matter

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