Do you believe Roosevelt was justified in bringing this evolution?
Don't think it reverts as answerable question but...hence,I shall answer.Yes
It is not forbidden by Catholicism to believe in evolution. The reason many people who believe in a god do not believe in evolution is that evolution's adversary, Intelligent Design, makes far more sense to one who believes in God that anyone who does not, although you can believe in intelligent design and not believe in God.
No, evolution is not only accepted by atheists. Scientific theories are not forms of "belief". And I do know a few Christians who believe in evolution. It is no longer a religious issue, but more of an individual evaluation of facts. Few, if any, believing Jews, Christians, or Muslims believe in evolution in the Darwinian sense of natural selection. Rather, believers believe in the concept of God guided evolution, which is not Darwinian evolution through…
Yes, Muslims believe in creation. However, Muslims believe also in evolution but not as Darwin claiming in his theory. Evolution is the way God created in His creatures to adapt with changes in environment. Muslims believe that man is created by God and that man is not an evolution of monkey as Darwin claiming.
I don't think that you could accurately determine the percentage. There are those that believe in creation and those that believe in evolution. A large part of those that say they believe in creation also believe in evolution to some degree. If you are taking a count of who believes what, put me down for creation with no evolution.
The term for one who does not believe in god claims is atheist. There is no commonly used term for one who does not believe in evolution, although the widespread confidence in evolution found in the scientific community and many countries may lead to the term "evolution denier" or "evolution denialist". There is no specific term used for one who shares both these characteristics.