My favorite is Theistic evolution.
Many diverse, conflicting religious views from non-Abrahamic religions: These are all of the world religions except for Judaism, Christianity and Islam. According David Barrett et al, editors of the "World Christian Encyclopedia" there are 19 major world religions which can be subdivided into a total of 270 large religious groups, and many thousands of smaller ones. Among these various faith groups, we estimate that there are hundreds of significantly different creation stories from which to draw.
Creation science: This consists of about a dozen different, conflicting, belief systems, based on different interpretations of the creation stories in the biblical book of Genesis. These beliefs are found frequently in the North American conservative wings of the Abrahamic religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam. They can be roughly subdivided into two groups:
New Earth creationists believe that the earth, its life forms, and the rest of the universe were created by God during a six day, 144 hour, interval, fewer than 10,000 years ago. Only very minor changes within various species have happened since creation. No new species have evolved or been created. In North America, this belief system is mainly promoted by Christians who believe that God inspired the authors of the Hebrew Scriptures (a.k.a. Old Testament) to write inerrant text.
Old Earth creationists believe that geology and radiometric dating has shown that the world is billions of years old. They believe that God created the Earth itself, the earth's life forms, and the rest of the universe at that time. Those old earth creationists who believe in the literal interpretation of an inerrant Bible interpret the six "day" creation interval as occupying a very long interval of time.
Scientific view: The origin of the universe occurred about 15 billion years ago. The earth coalesced about 4.5 billion years ago. Life subsequently began, perhaps as bacteria deep in rocks, and has been evolving ever since. These various processes have been driven by purely natural forces, without input from a God or a Goddess or multiple deities.
Theistic evolution view: The theory of evolution is accurate, just as scientists believe. However, it is viewed as a tool created, used, directed, nudged, and/or controlled by God in order to accomplish a higher purpose -- the creation of humans. This view includes Intelligent Design (ID).