These works attracted little notice beyond the schools and congregations of conservative fundamental and Evangelical Christians until the 1970s when its followers challenged the teaching of evolution in the public schools and other venues in the United States, bringing it to the attention of the public-at-large and the scientific community.Many school boards and lawmakers were persuaded to include the teaching of creation science alongside evolution in the science curriculum.
These describe how God calls the world into existence through the power of speech ("And God said, Let there be light," etc.) in six days, calls all the animals and plants into existence, and molds the first man from clay and the first woman from a rib taken from the man's side; a world-wide flood destroys all life except for Noah and his family and representatives of the animals, and Noah becomes the ancestor of the 70 "nations" of the world; the nations live together until the incident of the Tower of Babel, when God disperses them and gives them their different languages.
Creation science rarely goes beyond biblical stories in its study, and attempts to explain history and science within the span of Biblical chronology, which places the initial act of creation some six thousand years ago.
"God is All-in-all." Incarnations We are all sons/daughters of God, though not at the level of understanding of Christ Jesus.
Jesus was a divine Exemplar, and Christ is the divine idea of "sonship"--the Master.
The Church of England's official website cites Charles Darwin's local work assisting people in his religious parish.