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Melissa A Smith says
Michael H says
Thank you Mike! Well thought out and organized. It is difficult for me to recognize the difference between German Shepherds and some wolves. Not that I've looked that closely.
Meg Davis says
Rod Martin Jr says
Wow! This is really heavy. Thank you for your perspective LoneStar!
Thank you phriot ... especially for the civil tone. I asked specifically about humans, chimps, and fish because I had read/heard about those theories. In school we did spend time going through the neanderthal, cromagnon, and ? (name escapes me).
John D. Nathan says
Jeremy Drier says
Well Melissa, Garafalia, Meg, Emily, Jeremy, and Jonathan, my dilemma is selecting best answer. I personally agree with Emily because I believe the Bible. The interesting about evolution it that everyone has their own version. Hp picked Melissa!
Earth is mentioned in Genesis 1:1, but don't take any of it too literally. Remember the wisdom -- the letter kills, but the spirit of the word brings life. Only humility (an empty cup) will allow you to learn the wisdom hidden in the Bible.
Old Empresario says
So humans evolved from?
Scientists are only guessing about our ancestors. But they may find that they're wrong. Neanderthal, for instance, could've been merely parallel evolution, like new and old world cacti. God created evolution for a purpose.
i dont think that human are evolved from chimp in my view it is from dog becoz the brain capacity of dog is more thab monkeey and dog is domestic whereas monkey is wild and another point those organs such as pinna of ear which doesnt exist in monkey
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