Created

Creation may refer to:

In religion and philosophy
  • Creation ex nihilo, the concept that matter comes "from nothing"
  • Creation myth, stories of the supernatural creation of the Earth
  • Genesis creation narrative, the biblical account of creation
In science and technology
  • Matter creation, the appearance of elementary particles, in physical processes such as pair production
In the arts
  • Creation (1931 film), a 1931 film that inspired King Kong
  • Creation (2009 film), a 2009 film by Jon Amiel about the life of Charles Darwin
  • Creation (album), a 2005 album from Leslie Satcher
  • Creation (band), a teen musical group, first album 2005
  • Creation (Dragonlance), of the world of Krynn, fictional world of Dragonlance
  • Creation (novel), a 1981 novel by Gore Vidal
  • Creation (William Billings), a hymn tune composed by William Billings
  • Creation Records, a record label created in 1983 by Alan McGee
  • "Creation", a song by Zion I from Mind Over Matter
  • "The Creation of Adam", a section of Michelangelo's fresco Sistine Chapel ceiling painted circa 1511
  • The Creation (band), a British band
  • The Creation (Haydn), a 1798 oratorio by Joseph Haydn
  • La création du monde, a 1923 ballet by Darius Milhaud
  • "The Creation," a 1927 poem by James Weldon Johnson, published in God's Trombones: Seven Negro Sermons in Verse
  • The Creation: An Appeal To Save Life on Earth, a 2006 book by biologist Edward O. Wilson
In organizations
  • Creation Autosportif, a sports car racing team
  • Creation Entertainment, an American company that runs science fiction and fantasy conventions
  • Creation Festivals, Christian music festival
  • Creation Ministries International, creation science organization
  • Creation Museum, an American creation museum

Famous quotes containing the word created:

    Poverty in itself does not make men into a rabble; a rabble is created only when there is joined to poverty a disposition of mind, an inner indignation against the rich, against society, against the government.
    Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770–1831)

    I consider criticism merely a preliminary excitement, a statement of things a writer has to clear up in his own head sometime or other, probably antecedent to writing; of no value unless it come to fruit in the created work later.
    Ezra Pound (1885–1972)

    Predatory capitalism created a complex industrial system and an advanced technology; it permitted a considerable extension of democratic practice and fostered certain liberal values, but within limits that are now being pressed and must be overcome. It is not a fit system for the mid- twentieth century.
    Noam Chomsky (b. 1928)