Human Evolution and an Update

Dear Reader,

I have not abandoned my series on Christian views of creation. I need to find time to go through the biblical use of the word “day” and see what I think. That and a summary post are what I have planned.

I did run across an interesting news blurb recently on this topic though. Basically it says that human evolution may have been much simpler than previously thought. In the past, scientists have found bits of humanoid skeletons in different places and assumed they represented different branches of the family tree. But now they have found these characteristics all together in the republic of Georgia and so they theorize that they were all part of one species that traveled about rather than separate ones. What does this mean for a Christian view of evolution? Well, if one rejects evolution all together it doesn’t tell us much other than that scientists don’t have all the answers and clearly need to revise their theories sometimes. But if one is open to the idea of human evolution then I think this bit of info makes it a lot more palatable.

Nebby

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