|About Creation Science|
Creation science is the systematic study of nature, which operates under the axiom that the cosmos is the result of a supernatural causation. The term (also known as Scientific creationism) is most often used in connection with religious concepts of creation -- specifically, the Judaeo-Christian-Islamic understanding of creation, based on the accounts of Genesis and the Qur'an. It is also frequently applied to describe the defense of creationism on scientific grounds.
Creation science is primarily concerned with two issues:
Most creationist research focuses on issues related to the origin or history of the universe, Earth, and life. Each of these areas of scientific inquiry are analyzed by creation scientists who hold to various postulates regarding the extent to which natural processes were responsible. The most divisive topics are those that address chronology, as there are many who believe the cosmos to be billions of years old, while others hold it to be much younger than modern science asserts.