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What are the evolution theories?


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November 30, 2017 3:57AM

Evolution describes the process of change in living organisms.

The theory of evolution proposes that collectively, organisms change over time. These organisms acquire multiple changes over (geological) time and become differentiated from the original population into a new species. It also proposes that if you follow any two species backward in development far enough, you will find a COMMON ancestor from which the two developed but resembles them very little. It also forwards the idea that all life on Earth is related, even if it is only very distantly in time.

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August 07, 2016 7:10PM

1) Old-Earth Creationism, which holds that God made the universe and then guided Evolution over long epochs.

2) Evolution by random unguided events and processes.

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