The “Seven Keys” delineate (set forth) a necessarily difficult to understand view of the origin of life, which is held by all lovers of both truth and science. The “Seven Keys” and the law of hermeticism, which is defined by them, were developed by Dr. Michael Bisconti.
Here is the formal, erudite statement of the law of hermeticism (hermeticism):
Truth and science are two different things and universal truth is a subset of science and true evolution is not taught in our schools and true creationism is not taught in our churches and the hypothesis of evolution can be tolerated but the theory of evolution should be opposed and, as a matter of truth, everyone should believe in intelligent design, which creationism elaborates; also, even evolutionists believe in intelligent design – the intelligent design of the artificial intelligence of the retroviruses – and, as a matter of science but not truth, the “theory of indeterminate design” replaces evolution, creationism, and intelligent design.
Dr. Bisconti is the discoverer of the “realistic (phenotypical) creationism interpretation,” which is based on the “field view description.”
First, evolutionists are inexact because the Theory of Evolution is actually the Hypothesis of Evolution. Visit our Hypothesis Proof page for an explanation.
Before we talk about creationism, we want to make it clear to everyone that we only disagree with “classical creationism,” NOT “realistic (phenotypical) creationism.” What is commonly referred to as “creationism” is classical creationism.
Note that classical creationism is 99% correct.
Now, creationists are inexact because the account in Genesis is not a “global view description”: that is, it is not written from the perspective of someone viewing the earth from outer space.