Sorry, sab. Creationism is a very well defined term that can't be redefined.
[ kree- ey -sh uh -niz- uh m ] Show IPA noun 1. the doctrine that matter and all things were created
, substantially as they now exist, by an omnipotent Creator, and not gradually evolved or developed. 2. ( sometimes initial capital letter ) the doctrine that the true story of the creation
of the universe is as it is recounted in the Bible, especially in the first chapter of Genesis. ----------- It is generally the belief that creation took place in 6 literal 24 hour days, and took place exactly how the Bible stated. The arguments towards creationism are not always valid, however, due to a misunderstanding that many have towards it. Creationism attempts to answer many supposed problems that are made against the idea. Answers in Genesis is one of the most well known groups that attempts to uphold creationism as true. They are believers in a young earth that originated only 6000 years ago. They use ID (which is different from creationism) and use it's resources to support the biblical creationist point of view. But they also reject ID for failing to mention the Christan God and the age of the earth as they see it. One of the problems creationism attempt to answer is the "distant starlight" issue. If the universe was only created 6000 years ago, then how are we seeing light that is millions or billions of light years away? Their answer is that God possibily created light "enroute". Or, they hold, that the speed of light was faster in the past and is now slowing down. This is what they refer to as c-decay. Answers in Genesis, however, rejects both of those views and instead prefers the model proposed by Russell Humphreys called "White Hole Cosmology". This requires the view that the Milky Way lies near the center of the universe, which AiG believes is supported by quantized redshifts. Many creationists, and nearly all secular scientists reject this model. Sorry to go off on this, but creationism is a very specific branch and cannot be confused with mere belief in God or a creator.