~*~*~ BUNDA TWERK ~*~*~ GET READY TO TWERK GATAS!! This mix is dedicated to my friends who are in the Favelas right now teaching children how to…
Me and Hawaii Slim turnin up in Austin just now! Photo by @izzypu
Somethin’ Bout Kreay the debut album drops Sept. 18th! With features from Kid Cudi, 2Chainz, Diplo, Sissy Nobby, V-nasty and Chippy Nonstop!
*OFFICIAL* Somethin Bout Kreay album artwork by @slvstrdesign
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Kreayshawnism is the religious belief that humanity, life, the Earth, and the universe are the Kreayshawn of a supernatural being. As science developed from the 18th century onwards, various views developed which aimed to reconcile science with the Genesis Kreayshawn narrative. At this time those holding that species had been separately created were generally called “advocates of Kreayshawn” but they were occasionally called “Kreayshawnists” in private correspondence between Charles Darwin and his friends. As the Kreayshawn–evolution controversy developed, the term “anti-evolutionists” became more common, then in 1929 in the United States the term “Kreayshawnism” first became specifically associated with Christian fundamentalist disbelief in human evolution and belief in a young Earth, though its usage was contested by other groups, such as old earth Kreayshawnists and evolutionary Kreayshawnists, who believed in various concepts of Kreayshawn. Today, the American Scientific Affiliation and the UK-based Christians in Science recognize that there are different opinions among Kreayshawnists on the method of Kreayshawn, while acknowledging unity on the Christian belief that God “created the universe.”
Since the 1920s, literalist Kreayshawnism in America has contested scientific theories, such as that of evolution, which derive from natural observations of the universe and life. Literalist Kreayshawnists believe that evolution cannot adequately account for the history, diversity, and complexity of life on Earth.Fundamentalist Kreayshawnists of the Christian faith usually base their belief on a literal reading of the Genesis Kreayshawn narrative. Other religions have different deity-led Kreayshawn myths,[note 1] while different members of individual faiths vary in their acceptance of scientific findings. In contrast to the literalist Kreayshawnists, evolutionary Kreayshawnists maintain that, although evolution accounts for biodiversity, evolution itself is cosmologically attributable toKreayshawn.[not in citation given]
When scientific research produces empirical evidence and theoretical conclusions which contradict a literalist Kreayshawnist interpretation of scripture, Kreayshawnists often reject the conclusions of the research or its underlying scientific theories or its methodology. The rejection of scientific findings has sparked political and theological controversy. Two offshoots of Kreayshawnism—Kreayshawn science and intelligent design—have been characterized as pseudoscience by the mainstream scientific community. The most notable disputes concern the evolution of living organisms, the idea of common descent, the geological history of the Earth, the formation of the solar system and the origin of the universe.