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Glenn Beck on evolution

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    TJ Wrote:
    sbfriedman Wrote: Glenn Beck argues that if we evolved into humans from monkeys, why have we stopped evolving? Why are there no half-monkey, half-humans walking around? Well, Mr. Beck, evolution happens over millions and millions of years. You are on this planet for roughly 80 or so. Do the math.
    There are half-monkey / half-humans walking around. We've all been to the beach and seen the guys with so much "back hair" that it looks like they're wearing a sweater.
    Now-now......I think I'm one of 1/2 monkeys ..... that is... until NAIR FOR MEN came out
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    Dutch Wrote:
    jperry Wrote: I hope that you make it to heaven because you are never going to see it here on earth. History has not really taught us much except new ways to make the same mistakes. All we have to do is to look back to the One Hundred Year War, which lasted foe a minimum of 106 years. The British on one side of the field praying for victory and the French on the other side doing the same.


    Everyone is waiting for the Second Coming, a good subject to study. How will all the these people feel if the post-millennium view is the correct one or better yet the Armillennium view. All 3 views appear in the Bible.
    Please advise me, what of me will end up in heaven and where on my GPS should I search to find that thing; Sure all three views appear in the bible because someone wrote that 6 million years ago for sure; I guess the apemen invented fire and hamburgers too I guess.

    I'm still amazed at the human race on how they barely know what makes them what they are; nothing more than a bunch of cells glued together, which fall apart after only a very short time on this globe.
    ACCEPT GOD'S LOVE.....or burn in hell. Since were on MUD PEOPLE,,, what about the nephillum ????? Giants of the bible.... Gumby and Pokey as well
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    Nephillum? Weren't they the spawn of the mating between Angels/Demons with human women? Also the angelic cherubim shown as small children actually had their genus in the 3 headed dog demon called Cerbes, must be something in this evolution stuff after all.
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    The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History has an excellent depiction of the human family tree.

    Human Family Tree

    This is all based on science...nothing biblical. Click on any of the icons for more info.
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    I should have added this link on the science of genetics.

    Genetics

    From the website:

    "No matter how the calculation is done, the big point still holds: humans, chimpanzees, and bonobos are more closely related to one another than either is to gorillas or any other primate. From the perspective of this powerful test of biological kinship, humans are not only related to the great apes – we are one. The DNA evidence leaves us with one of the greatest surprises in biology: the wall between human, on the one hand, and ape or animal, on the other, has been breached. The human evolutionary tree is embedded within the great apes."

    Fascinating stuff throughout the website. Worth exploring and learning.
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    Schmidt Wrote: The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History has an excellent depiction of the human family tree.

    Human Family Tree

    This is all based on science...nothing biblical. Click on any of the icons for more info.
    There are well over 5000 fossil remains of our ancestral origins...So I ask, if we were created on the 6th day, then what the hell are those fossils if they're not part of us???? Were they also strategically placed to test my faith.....BTW, take a look at Patrick Ewing. I rest my case. He's my long lost cousin
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    LA Citizen --

    I'm not quite sure what point you are making. But I do know this. If you were to call me a monkey, that would be technically incorrect. But if you call me an ape, I would have to say..."right on!" You and I are both members of the Great Apes.

    As homo sapiens, we all evolved in Africa about 200,000 years ago...and starting leaving that continent maybe 100,000 years ago.

    Homo Sapiens

    Case closed...
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    Schmidt Wrote: LA Citizen --

    I'm not quite sure what point you are making. But I do know this. If you were to call me a monkey, that would be technically incorrect. But if you call me an ape, I would have to say..."right on!" You and I are both members of the Great Apes.

    As homo sapiens, we all evolved in Africa about 200,000 years ago...and starting leaving that continent maybe 100,000 years ago.

    Homo Sapiens

    Case closed...
    You sir...are correct.....We walked out of Ethiopia.....since I have hair on my back as was decribed I just may well be a late bloomer on the evolutionary train
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    The land of Nod? What happened to Winkin' & Blinkin'? Don't they get their own land also?
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    L.A. Citizen Wrote:
    Schmidt Wrote: LA Citizen --

    I'm not quite sure what point you are making. But I do know this. If you were to call me a monkey, that would be technically incorrect. But if you call me an ape, I would have to say..."right on!" You and I are both members of the Great Apes.

    As homo sapiens, we all evolved in Africa about 200,000 years ago...and starting leaving that continent maybe 100,000 years ago.

    Homo Sapiens

    Case closed...
    You sir...are correct.....We walked out of Ethiopia.....since I have hair on my back as was decribed I just may well be a late bloomer on the evolutionary train
    Indeed; have you ever been in Ethiopia? Anyway suggest to shave your back and enter civilization.
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    pr Wrote: The land of Nod? What happened to Winkin' & Blinkin'? Don't they get their own land also?
    I think ,if memory serves me right, those two were on the way to the land of Nod, or maybe coming from ,I don't know which, but they did set out sea in a pea green boat. or maybe some guy named Nod joined them later, at any rate the other two don't get any land.