Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Pertaining to creationism.

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  • adjective Of or relating to creation.

Etymologies

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From creation +‎ -ary.

Examples

  • Do you think they would have advanced as far, or even further in such fields with a creationary framework?

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  • Again, empirical, repeatable, tests, arranged by creationary scientists, but usually rejected solely because they support a YEC age, usually with various ad hoc explanations that are only invoked in these cases (i.e. special pleading), and ones that often don't stand scrutiny (for example, you can't get contaminant C14 into the crystal structure of a diamond).

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  • Young earth creationism holds that the scientific evidence is unreasonably as supporting their point of view, but that the same evidence can be reasonably interpreted by creationists to support the creationary point of view.

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  • They further argue that the scientific evidence is more consistent with the creationary point of view than the evolutionary point of view.

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  • Many arguments for a recent creation have been put forward by creationary scientists, both scientific and theological arguments. radiometric dating results that disagree with secular ages, other dating methods that do not fit with secular ages, and phenomenon showing events that occurred quickly.

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  • Unlike the biased Wikipedia, our article covers both uniformitarian and creationary views.

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  • Second, although some creationary scientists have concluded that decay rates have varied in the past (i.e. the RATE team), even they don't propose that they have changed in some sort of way related to the age of the universe, as your comment seems to be saying.

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  • Again, empirical, repeatable, tests, arranged by creationary scientists, but usually rejected solely because they support a YEC age, usually with various ad hoc explanations that are only invoked in these cases (i.e. special pleading), and ones that often don't stand scrutiny (for example, you can't get contaminant C14 into the crystal structure of a diamond).

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  • Creationists says that the dating methods are not reliable, so expecting the methods to show ages consistent with the creationary view is not reasonable as it requires one to assume that the methods are reliable.

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  • This imposes a heavy burden on the testability of both theories, which is one of the reasons why some scientists question whether either the creationary or evolutionary view is scientific.

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