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Wednesday, December 5, 2018
Ever notice how the more science and history tries to disprove the Biblical accounts, the more they are confirmed? Archeological findings repeatedly confirm the historic accounts written in the Bible. Scientists long have tried to disprove the Bible with their postulations that somehow arrive at "factual" conclusions. Global warming is questionable because it is now documented that scientists cooked the data that man's affect on the climate is causing the polar ice caps to melt, leading to a worldwide flood. Yet the Bible is very clear in God's Genesis 9:11 covenant that "neither shall all flesh be cut off any more by the waters of a flood." Now there is new evidence suggesting that man didn't come from apes after all.
Researchers Mark Stoeckle of Rockefeller University in New York and David Thaler of the University of Basel in Switzerland studied the genetic codes of five million animals from 100,000 species. The results, published in "Human Evolution," suggest that humans and animals came from a single pair of adults after a catastrophic event that nearly ended the human race. The study concluded that 90% of all animal species come from parents that began giving birth at about the same time less than 200,000 years ago. The study in reality calls into question the current theory (taught as fact) of evolution, but the researchers and the media deny any relationship to the Biblical historical account.
The UK Daily Mail and the researchers themselves deny any connection to the Bible's creation account. The Daily Mail wrote: "The study has been misunderstood by some religious parties who thought it meant that we all came into being in some seminal Big Bang-typed event 100,000 ago... What Stoeckle and Thaler's findings point to is that our species has to revamp far more often than we thought, and we do so in unison with all animals." Stoeckle and Thaler made the following statement: "Our study is grounded in and strongly supports Darwinian evolution, including the understanding all life has evolved from a common biological origin over several billion years. Our study follows mainstream views of human evolution. We do not propose there was a single 'Adam' or 'Eve'. We do not propose any catastrophic events."
The study, however, concludes: "
The simple hypothesis is that the same explanation offered for the sequence variation found among modern humans applies equally to the modern populations of essentially all other animal species. Namely that the extant population, no matter what its current size or similarity to fossils of any age, has expanded from mitochondrial uniformity within the past 200,000 years." In lay terms, this could mean that at some point within the last 200,000 years, modern populations of all animal species and humans originated from a male and female pair, or as Genesis 6:19 says, "And of every living thing of all flesh, two of every sort shall you bring into the ark, to keep them alive with you; they shall be male and female." Strange how "scientists" want to stick with their humanist theories, even when science takes a U-turn.