Creator – another word for God, acknowledging the belief that God created the world from nothing
Many creations had been torn (creator) up but finally one was decided upon. She clicked her fingers and out of thin air or nothing, the world was made.
The first book of the Torah, Genesis, explains Jewish religious teaching about the creation of the world. It says God made the world and everything in it in six days, and rested on the seventh.
Some Orthodox Jews take the creation story in Genesis literally – they believe that God created the world exactly as the story describes.
Others see the story as an allegory (a story with a hidden meaning) – they do not believe that the world was created exactly as described in Genesis, but still think that God created the world and gave human beings a special role.
Jews who think this way are able to accept scientific theories about the creation, such as the Big Bang theory and the theory of evolution.