The problem of accounting for human creativity in an evolutionist paradigm is examined. A variety of approaches are documented followed by a contrasting biblical-creation perspective. Examples of research evidence supportive of the biblical framework are explained. In sum, God-as-Creator and man-created-in-the-image-of-God are pivotal truths for providing an epistemology for meaningful human creativity.


Creationism, human, creativity, evolution, framework


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