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I think this page "Creationism" should be built up content wise with a lot of links to it. This will cause the search engines to rank it high (particularly the lots of links). In turn, this will bring more internet search engine traffic and new CreationWiki contributors.

In short, I think this particular page "Creationism" is key to the site getting more traffic.

I think getting other sites to link to our "Creationism" article would also get the search engines to rank it high and also bring in more traffic and CreationWiki contributors.

Lastly, I realize that the slow and steady approach would work too but I also feel that interest in Creationism is high in the news and taking advantage of this while interest is high would be beneficial.

Creationist 02:36, 22 January 2006 (GMT)creationist

Creationism is a form of paganism?

AiG reported this link. http://news.scotsman.com/international.cfm?id=674042006

BELIEVING that God created the universe in six days is a form of superstitious paganism, the Vatican astronomer Guy Consolmagno claimed yesterday.
PrometheusX303 18:41, 8 May 2006 (GMT)
Poor Moses. A pagan and he didn't even know it. Ungtss 20:49, 8 May 2006 (GMT)

New view of Creationism based on scripture.

    A new view of Creationism, one in total accord with scripture, asserts that it is not evolution but the dimensions of this universe - relativity, quantum mechanics - that differentiate it from the

creation of Genesis. The former did indeed evolve out of the latter but the difference between its dimensions and that of the original creation is man's relation to God or lack thereof. The absolute relation of man to God was broken through sin and became a relative relation to the world around him. This relativity is the same basic concept that Einstein himself dealt with, albeit from the much different perspective of the Bible. When God is no longer the center of one's life, each person is the center of his own little world, calling other people and things into relation to himself. These relative (worldly) relations shape the dimensions of the world we live in. www.thenewfaceofcreationism.com lays this view out in detail.