This section covers the basic issues of the creation / evolution issue. There are 11 papers covering the fundamental differences between the two worldviews.

More details are available from the links to sites provided below or subject listings.




This section provides links to other creation organisations / sites:

1 Selecting this option, by clicking on the title, will move to the main page.


Access to the 4 main creation websites:

Answers in Genesis,

Creation Ministries International,

Creation Research and

Institute for Creation Research

These will provide an excellent panorama of creation science issues.


Other sites can be accessed alphabetically, A* – Y*. Click on a letter for access.

Due to the large number of site names beginning with Creation or Creation Science

these are listed separately. A Site Description file shows the sites in 5 categories with relevance to the subject.


For a wider coverage 8 extra categories are present. See ‘Other categories’:

Anti-creation – Sites opposing the idea of God’s creation

Both sides – looking at subjects from both viewpoints

Intelligent Design – Sites for the Intelligent Design movement

Local Groups – Regional creation science associations


Other language sites

Theistic evolution – Sites supporting the view that God used evolution to create

Ye Olde World – Sites supporting an ‘Old Earth’ view of creation

Appropriate warnings are given, shown before accessing some of these categories.



2 Moving the mouse over the Site title will provide a drop down list of contents, in alphabetical order.


Lists of sites for each initial letter will be presented as with (1) above.




Any questions about the site or creation/evolution debate will be answered when time permits.




Creation related subjects are also alphabetically listed via these two main sections.


Select an initial letter and the subject contents will be displayed.


There are also sections containing article translations into a number of languages. Thee are contained in the ‘_translations’ sections to be found within the 2 Subjects headers