Catholicism has not gone on to accept the theory fully and they do not fully overturn the claims either. Their say is that the process of natural selection has been the dominant one, the Church cannot totally agree on the matter to the claims of Darwin and Wallace.
The Latter-day Saints, more commonly known as the church of Jesus Christ has criticized the theory of evolution which was presented by the scientists and in 1909 they made their first public statement against the matter. In 1925, the Church again went on to state that, “Man is the child of God, formed in the divine image and endowed with divine attributes.” However, some of the higher ranked officials have also stated that Darwin’s theories do not directly contradict the teachings of the church.
The teachings of the Hindus contain no content whatsoever on the matter of evolution but one common teaching persists amongst them. The religion believes that the universe is the manifestation of Brahman, Hinduism’s highest god and he is the force behind all the creations.
The Islamic book of Koran spreads the teachings that ALLAH created all the human beings. However, besides the teachings, many liberal Islamic scholars believe that evolution is not necessarily incompatible with their Islamic principles.
Judaism also denies the claims of the evolutionary theory and their scholars also believe that God is the creator of the universe and all the life that is in it. However, their preaching also states that there is no direct conflict between the two.