Creation

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A Creation is something that was made. More specifically, Creation may refer to:

In religion and philosophy:

  • Creation myth, or origin belief, stories of how the world or a culture began.
  • Creation (theology), the belief that one or more deities brought the universe into being; also a name for everything that was created.
    • Creatio ex nihilo (English: Creation from nothing), the belief that a deity created the universe from nothing at all, rather than some pre-existing matter or energy.
    • Creation according to Genesis, the creation account in the book of Genesis for Judaism and Christianity.
    • Creationism, a belief, not just in God creating the universe, but also in certain events afterward, including the creation of animals and mankind.
  • Creation Festival, a Christian music festival held every year in Mount Union, Pennsylvania and in Washington State.

In science:

  • Matter creation, the appearance of elementary particles, in physical processes such as pair production; the process opposite of annihilation.
    • Creation operator, an operator that increases the number of particles in a given state by one; an abstract representation of matter creation.
  • Invention, the act of creating a new process or device

In the arts:

In media:

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