Ideas of creationism in modern education

  • O. Ohirko Lviv National University of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnologies
Keywords: Creationism, God, Creator, science, faith


The article examines some aspects of the introduction of the ideas of creationism in the educational process of higher educational institutions. Intelligent design is a creationist religious argument for the existence of God, for creating animate and inanimate nature. According to creationism, the emergence of life and consciousness requires the intellect, which knows and realizes these forms. It is argued that objectively idealistic thinking should be recognized by thinking consistently scientific. The confession of the existence of the Creator of the Universe is both a fundamental principle for all world religions and a consistently grounded scientific fact. It is pointed to the scientific, historical, moral and anthropological arguments of the existence of the Creator. The man himself is the best argument for the existence of God. He is the most expressive document of God's reality and Its presence in the world. The modern scientific picture of the emergence of the world is based on the theory of collapse, a super-powerful explosion of hollow matter, the theory of the expanding universe, the theory of relic radiation. Fixed in the Bible sequence of events has a profound meaning. World-famous scientists believed in God and showed deep spirituality, talent and responsibility.


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Ohirko, O. (2017). Ideas of creationism in modern education. Scientific Messenger of LNU of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnologies. Series "Economical Sciences", 19(76), 155-158. Retrieved from