flower  Our Brain 5800 Years Ago

Science confirms that about 5800 years ago people started to grow big brain, and every one wanted it like the new cell phone today.

 

 

The Bible & New Research

Science confirms that about 5800 years ago people started to grow big brain, and every one wanted it like the new cell phone today.

Note: From the department of Human genetics Bruce Lahn’s paper on the recent evolution of the human brain asserts that new versions of two genes are currently spreading through the human population, and that these genes are more prevalent in some geographic regions than others. He has speculated that these genes may be linked to brain size and intelligence and has wondered if the mutations—one of which took place roughly 40,000 years ago, the other, 5,800 years ago—correlate with the development of art, written language, and the founding of cities.

Scientific data points to the first human habitats of about 40,000 years ago, which would predate the biblical account of Adam (6000 years ago) but that would explain the existence of people like the Sumerians. It would also explain Cain’s words to God, (Genesis 4:14) “…whoever finds me will kill me.” Most certainly he did not speak of his own family, but rather of those preexisting ruthless people that lived from violence.

God abhors all forms of violence; that’s why the Bible says that He is loving and compassionate; He is peace and joy. Sin is hurt and violence, which came to earth through Cain who never showed any remorse for his sin. When Cain mixed with other peoples then violence covered the globe. Women lusted after those handsome men and they got them… with God’s permission of course. Although it seems as if it had displeased the Lord that Adam’s seed ALSO became flesh, nevertheless God permitted it for His plans are far reaching.

Today we know that we have an enormous power, which is our will, which makes the wrong or right choices. It is this powerhouse the Creator is watching - our will. How you use it is entirely up to you.

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