Simply put, thanks to the existence of antagonists like Nye, creationism is both profitable and, by all appearances, kind of fun.
In July 1925, the town hosted the Scopes Monkey Trial, a landmark case in the history of creationism.
The skirmishes in the Lone Star State are over secession, creationism, and 9/11 conspiracy theories.
Last time I checked, not even Santorum was waving the creationism (or intelligent design) banner in this race.
MSNBC says that the memoir summarizes a campaign meeting between the two in which Schmidt balked at her belief in creationism.
The geologist David R. Montgomery set out to write a “straightforward refutation of creationism.”
European scholars find American creationism incomprehensible.
Intelligent design (ID) and creationism lack this broad-based evidentiary support.
There are currently two bills being debated in the Missouri legislature on creationism.
Not coincidentally, creationism has also been making a comeback.
1847, originally a Christian theological position that God immediately created a soul for each person born; from creation + -ism. As a name for the religious reaction to Darwin, opposed to evolution, it is attested from 1880.
James Ussher (1581-1656), Archbishop of Armagh, Primate of All Ireland, and Vice-Chancellor of Trinity College in Dublin was highly regarded in his day as a churchman and as a scholar. Of his many works, his treatise on chronology has proved the most durable. Based on an intricate correlation of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean histories and Holy writ, it was incorporated into an authorized version of the Bible printed in 1701, and thus came to be regarded with almost as much unquestioning reverence as the Bible itself. Having established the first day of creation as Sunday 23 October 4004 B.C. ... Ussher calculated the dates of other biblical events, concluding, for example, that Adam and Eve were driven from Paradise on Monday 10 November 4004 BC, and that the ark touched down on Mt Ararat on 5 May 1491 BC "on a Wednesday". [Craig, G.Y., and E.J. Jones, "A Geological Miscellany," Princeton University Press, 1982.]