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Jisbond - Evolution's Definition Is Simply That

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Posted by Robert Garfinkle on August 30, 2001 17:20:25 UTC

Should the question be phrased differently Jisbond?

Evolution means to evolve. Whether we came from apes or the other way around does not change the meaning of evolution. I think I see your point though. They could have come from us. Besides, the ape, which may be genetically close to us, is not us, so if we do not take a look at a human/ape from an evolutionary/devolutionary viewpoint then could it be said that neither came from one another? Yes?

Again I mention this using a parallel tone. I am not disputing any evolutionary/devolutionary paths/beliefs. just looking at it differently.

Man could have become before ape from a time perspective, or the other way around, but they may not be connected/related in any manner.

And yes we do share the same GOD with respect to one's self.

What do you think?



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