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The Great Flying Saucer Myth

The Great Flying Saucer Myth by Kelly L. Segraves

An Evolutionary Problem

You may picture it as a slow, gradual development, or assume a number of sudden major changes. But if you assume that man came from some ape-like ancestor and the first thing you call man came into existence, you also have to produce a woman at the same time. If man came into existence in Africa and women in Europe, transportation problems being what they were, they probably would not have gotten together. They must come into existence at the same time. It would not be much help if Adam, through an evolutionary process (or that first man you call Adam if you wish to take that position) came into existence and was 70 years old and the woman was only two. You have to have the same time period as well as the same locality, and even postulating that you do produce man and woman that way (as far as we can tell, there is no evidence that it is even possible; in fact, I would say it was totally impossible from what God has to say about genetics), if they are compatible and if those evolutionary ancestors do bear a son, where does he get his wife? He has to marry a close relative of his. The basic problem with this theory is that all these mutations produce freaks in comparison to the normal animal population. That first man is a freak mutation and must find another freak mutation that is compatible.

The Biblical account solves all of these problems. It provides a locality. It provides a time span. It provides a perfect set of parents that came into existence by the hand of God. It provided Cain with a choice of sisters to marry.

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