There was a survey taken in 1982 and when asked 44% of Americans believed in creationism and 47% in a form of evolution. In a recent poll , the evolutionist has held steady at 47% while creationism has seen a ever-so-slight gain to 46%. That's not much of a shift, but perhaps a surprising one.
As one might expect, religious Americans heavily favor creationism 67% to 27%. Irreligious Americans are the opposite, favoring evolution 64% to 25%. While this breakdown of the numbers might not be surprising, it does show that one's view of our origin is strongly tied to one's view of God. We will attempt to uncover questions many have regarding this topic.

Recommend Books and DVD:


EVIDENCE FOR THE EXISTENCE OF GOD (DVD) By Charlie Campbell
Did the universe just pop into being from nothing and by nothing? Did the human body evolve into its present form by unguided natural causes? Seeking answers to questions like these led Charlie Campbell to abandon his atheism in 1990. In this new 68 minute DVD Charlie Campbell shares some of the evidence from cosmology, biology, philosophy, history, and the Bible that changed his mind. This second edition DVD was shot in a widescreen format and contains more than 100 of the images Charlie uses in his PowerPoint presentation. DVD length: 68 minutes




THE DESIGN REVOLUTION: Answering the Toughest Questions About Intelligent Design (Book) By William Dembski
Regarding this book, Dr. Norman Geisler says, "This is the most brilliant defense of the intelligent design movement in print. Dr. Dembski systematically dismantles virtually every known objection to the argument for intelligent design. There is nothing like it in print. It is the latest and greatest on the topic." Lee Strobel says, "This is an incredibly valuable resource from one of the great thinkers in the intelligent design movement. If you've got questions about this important topic, look inside--you'll find the answers in an authoritative yet accessible style." Also endorsed by Charles Colson, Michael Behe, and Ravi Zacharias.