I suggest you read what CreationWiki has to say on the issue. It's a source edited by all sorts of creationists, outside of any specific debate, so should give a nice definition. They even have pictures.
quote:Creationists accept microevolution, which they define as evolution within kinds (kinds meaning sometimes species, sometimes bigger taxa, depending on taste) but deny that a kinds may evolve into another (macroevolution). This argument is strongly opposed by scientists because microevolution and macroevolution are the same process in different scales and it is irrational to say that only one of them exists.
"Der Mensch kann was er will; er kann aber nicht wollen was er will." (Man can do what he wills but he cannot will what he wills.) - Arthur Schopenhauer
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