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Where are the lines drawn and where are the camps considered regarding origins questions? Are origins questions considered important matters, or is there something like a concern that too much arguing about the age of the universe is a Christian influence and not the best of Christian influences to be had? If there are young-earth camp(s), does the young earth camp adopt and/or adapt Creation Science, or is that also regarded as a Christian influence that's best not made a fixation?

My apologies for any outsider's clumsiness in asking; I am a Christian and the author of Creation, Evolution, and Intelligent Design and Origins Questions and The Seraphinians: "Blessed Seraphim Rose" and His Axe-Wielding Converts, and regard Young Earth Creationism and the entire framing I have seen to origins among Christians, as a Protestant influence and not the best of Protestant influences to be had. And this is a point where I would like to understand you, my neighbour.

Where are the lines drawn and where are the camps considered regarding origins questions? Are origins questions considered important matters, or is there something like a concern that too much arguing about the age of the universe is a Christian influence and not the best of Christian influences to be had? If there are young-earth camp(s), does the young earth camp adopt and/or adapt Creation Science, or is that also regarded as a Christian influence that's best not made a fixation?

My apologies for any outsider's clumsiness in asking; I am a Christian and the author of Creation, Evolution, and Intelligent Design and Origins Questions and The Seraphinians: "Blessed Seraphim Rose" and His Axe-Wielding Converts, and regard Young Earth Creationism and the entire framing I have seen to origins among Christians as a Protestant influence and not the best of Protestant influences to be had. And this is a point where I would like to understand you, my neighbour.

Where are the lines drawn and where are the camps considered regarding origins questions? Are origins questions considered important matters, or is there something like a concern that too much arguing about the age of the universe is a Christian influence and not the best of Christian influences to be had? If there are young-earth camp(s), does the young earth camp adopt and/or adapt Creation Science, or is that also regarded as a Christian influence that's best not made a fixation?

My apologies for any outsider's clumsiness in asking; I am a Christian and the author of Creation, Evolution, and Intelligent Design and Origins Questions and The Seraphinians: "Blessed Seraphim Rose" and His Axe-Wielding Converts, and regard Young Earth Creationism and the entire framing I have seen to origins among Christians, as a Protestant influence and not the best of Protestant influences to be had. And this is a point where I would like to understand you, my neighbour.

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What's a roadmap to origins positions among Jewish groups today?

Where are the lines drawn and where are the camps considered regarding origins questions? Are origins questions considered important matters, or is there something like a concern that too much arguing about the age of the universe is a Christian influence and not the best of Christian influences to be had? If there are young-earth camp(s), does the young earth camp adopt and/or adapt Creation Science, or is that also regarded as a Christian influence that's best not made a fixation?

My apologies for any outsider's clumsiness in asking; I am a Christian and the author of Creation, Evolution, and Intelligent Design and Origins Questions and The Seraphinians: "Blessed Seraphim Rose" and His Axe-Wielding Converts, and regard Young Earth Creationism and the entire framing I have seen to origins among Christians as a Protestant influence and not the best of Protestant influences to be had. And this is a point where I would like to understand you, my neighbour.