In more recent usage, however, the term is not specific to evolution and can refer to any mixing of theistic beliefs with naturalistic or uniformitarian views.
Tatsächlich ist aber nur sehr wenig darüber bekannt, welches Alter Orchideen erreichen können.
Perhaps the least scientifically contentious opinion within the theistic evolution spectrum is the invocation of an omnipotent, omniscient (though arguably unnecessary) God who created the universe and designed its natural law.
This God may be posited to know that under this natural law, life, even specifically human life, would be the result.
Many modern atheists see it as an attempt to shoehorn God back into science using god of the gaps-type arguments.
Different versions of theistic evolution involve invoking differing degrees of divine guidance.