It's easy to fall into black-and-white thinking. But, that doesn't work well here.
At one end, we find (I kid you not) Fundamentalist Flat Earthers. Somewhere nearby are Geocentrists. Here are selections from the more major groups:
I hope I didn't put anyone in a wrong category. It's sometimes difficult. A "statement of belief" may essentially say "We believe in God's Truth". Well, yes, that's good, but, er, um, ah?
I sorted the above according to astronomy. This sort-of sorts people according to their explanation of fossils. Young-earthers would most likely say that all fossils were laid down during Noah's flood.
Old Earthers allow that the fossils are separated in time, and then explain the progression of the fossils. I'm not sure how Hindu (cyclic) Creationists explain progression. The "Mysterious Origins of Man" page seems to have Hindu roots.
One Christian explanation is that God individually created each species, in an order of His choice. Another explanation is that God guided evolution. (It has been argued that He does this continuously; or intermittently; or in detail; or only by providing Purpose.)
A third explanation is that God infused humanity with souls, but did not have to disturb his Creation in order that we be brought about. A fourth explanation is that God set Creation into motion, and it has run its (intended) course. The fifth and final explanation is that the Universe simply runs its course, and that Purpose is for humans to make.