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Creationism — Part III: The Different Kinds of “Creationism”

In this third installment of a multi-part lecture, Br. Alexis Bugnolo, B. A.  Cultural Anthropology, and translator of St. Bonaventure’s, “On the Creation and Fall of Angels and Men” (Commentaria in Secundum Librum Sententiarum Magistri Petri Lombari), presents a brief explanation of the different kinds of Creationism, and explains why this is important to address, before continuing the discussion with anyone over the origins of the world.

You can view Part I of this series, here, which was about the meaning of the word, “creationism” and why you should not use it to identify yourself.

In Part II, Br. Bugnolo discussed what the words, “evolutionism” and “evolution”, and why they are used improperly and more aply of those who hold that position.

In Part IV, Br. Bugnolo will briefly revi,ew the various theories of “Evolutionism”, which “evolutionists” themselves hold.