What do Christians believe about Creation and how the world began?
Some believe in the six day creation, that God created the world in six days and he rested on the seventh day. Some believe that the earth is only a little over six thousand years old. All these beliefs vary among christians.
God created all things. He created Adam, and gave one of his to a girl named Eve. They would be attracted to eachother and populate the world. God made every thing seperetly in 6 days, then he rested on the Sunday, the seventh day. We do not believe in the thing that we came from Gorillas or whatever that means. If you want more information, read the first book of the Bible, Genesis.
I already wrote a hub on this: http://hubpages.com/hub/Closed-Lost-Garden-of-Eden
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