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However, many reject evolution, and the vast majority reject common descent.

There are several additional issues with Islamic creationism: Hare Krishna creationism (HKC), based on a literal interpretation of the Vedas, has grown with the rise of Hindu nationalism and has been embraced by some writers, such as Michael Cremo.

When that wasn't "sciency" enough to teach in schools, they produced "intelligent design". Particularly in the United States, the most prevalent YEC belief is based on the Judeo-Christian mythology laid out in the Old Testament.

This includes interpreting the various stories scattered throughout the book as historically accurate, such as the Tower of Babel and the global flood.

When living things die, they stop taking in carbon-14, and the radioactive clock is "set"!

Any dead material incorporated with sedimentary deposits is a possible candidate for carbon-14 dating.

The two major strains are: Despite intelligent design proponents' (dishonest) protests, religious faith in the (often literal) truth of holy texts, such as Genesis, is the foundation of creationism.

While the Roman Catholic Church's official position is that evolution is compatible with the Bible, many conservative Catholics still reject evolution.

This is the case especially with the Book of Genesis, where most Jewish scholars affirm that it is in fact a fable or at worst an embellishment of pseudo-historical events.

This does not, however, preclude the fact that numerous Jews, albeit rather a minority, do indeed subscribe to a creationist ideology.

Because of the assertion of divine involvement, the many people who agree with science on deep time and evolution but think that a God of the gaps created the universe or influenced reality at some crucial instances (e.g.

caused the Big Bang or kickstarted abiogenesis) are still creationists under the widest definitions of the term, though they are not usually included under the label and would generally fall under theistic evolution.