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The Great Flying Saucer Myth

The Great Flying Saucer Myth by Kelly L. Segraves

Adam First

Notice something else that God tells us. He states that Adam was first formed and then came Eve. Paul emphasized this in his letter to Timothy. Paul further states in his letter to the Corinthians that "the man was not created for the woman, but the woman for the man." Now why is that important? It shows us the impossibility of man's coming into existence from any type of evolutionary process unless we are to deny what God has said. Any type of evolutionary development requires that the man in existence be born of a female something or other, whether it is a half-human/half-ape, or even if you postulate that two apes gave birth to a naked ape, or assume gradual development of monkeys all the way up to man. Whatever that first individual was that you call man, however he came into existence, he was born a female -- if evolution be true. But God says, "No"; Paul says, "No ."

If you deny Paul's writings and say he was wrong on this subject, you might as well throw out Paul's writings which teach that "all have sinned and come short of the glory of God." If Paul can err in regard to the origin of man, you may not be able to trust him when he talks about Jesus Christ. Consider the necessity of Jesus Christ becoming man: He had to come in order to fulfill that perfection which you and I had in the beginning and was lost when Adam fell.

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