"Does evolution contradict creationism?"
It is clear in the Bible that God created all in 6 twenty-four hour days and on the 7th day He rested. We are also NOT in the image of an "ape". God created us in His image so clearly evolution is a contradiction of what God states. Like it or not, it is a FACT that evolution contradicts creation. Ah, Lucifer is laughing his arse off at silly Christians with "itching ears" and atheists that push this trash - evolution.
Methinks thou art a troll. LOL
Even granting entirely the truth of what you are saying, neither argument you make (man is made in God's image, everything was created in six literal days) implies that evolution is contradictory to creationism. Do you not believe in an omnipotent God? If God is omnipotent, it should be easy for Him to use evolution to create man in his image. That's the easy one. As far as a literal six day creation goes, one must understand general relativity. GR states that a duration of an event will be measured differently in different reference frames. One factor that causes differences in measured duration is a difference in gravitational field. In the early universe, the universe had the same mass but was much smaller. Therefore the gravitational field in the early universe was much higher than now. The result of this is that a six day duration as measured in the first six days of the universe would be measured today as tens of billions of years. Therefore, it can be true that God created the universe in six days AND that it took billions of years for everything we see to arise from a "big bang". That is the nature of the relativity of time.