Creation or Evolution

My ancestors were not Apes..

Sorry Mr. Darwin, as the current known Mankind was created from Adam PBUH only 15,000 years ago..!!
Human were investigated to be 90,000 years old on earth, as evolution from HOMO-NEANDERTHALENSIS or Neanderthals..
Homosapians are the missing link, which yet to be proven by physical evidences..
The conflict between Religion and Science was and still confused as Children of Adam had occasionally groomed with existent Neanderthals..
Maybe this is secret of all Royals, Blue-Blood, Sayed, Nobles, etc. worldwide.. They are pure descendents of Adam’s sons..

This is mine, not proven by science, yet has a logic within..!
This is my own acceptable rationale to explain or resolve the conflict..

Regretfully, scientists with religious affiliations are few; which hindered many issues from elaboration..
Where Adam & Eve been on earth?
Was Noah’s Flood all over earth?
What were the attributions of Adam & his immediate Children?
Should we distinct Adam’s Children from Neanderthals?

There are a lot to question..!!

 

Despite how interesting such topic and discussion; yet structurally, religions are not man-made to be challenged by man-creativity.. Religions in fact bridge the gap between our intellectual and epistemic platforms..
Evolution is 99% scientifically proven, yet that 1% (the missing link) is more than just required efforts and intelligence to prove, but the acceptance that Creationism manipulates the coherence of Epistemia..
Not all concepts worth debating, although how worth exploring..

Certainly the Voyage was true and acceptable, except to mark the other one followed the Flood.. This was approximately 15,000 years ago.. It is well understood in the Jewish literature that Flood did not cover the entire earth, which had enabled the Neanderthals in Africa, Asia and Europe; to interact with Noah’s descendants..

This is where the missing link is, and how was shaped.. Both species lived in parallel
Some Neanderthals had evolved into more fine and smart species, whose their descendants still survive..
Similarly, Noah’s descendants had evolved further
Both interacted and breed a mix which spread all over the earth..

Only a visionary anthropologist will be capable to define who is who among us..! 

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An Islamic Approach

The Creation

Therefore, we may excuse both evolutionists and Creationists for their in-box visions..!

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Adam PBUH

وَإِذْ قَالَ رَبُّكَ لِلْمَلَائِكَةِ إِنِّي جَاعِلٌ فِي الْأَرْضِ خَلِيفَةً ۖ قَالُوا أَتَجْعَلُ فِيهَا مَنْ يُفْسِدُ فِيهَا وَيَسْفِكُ الدِّمَاءَ وَنَحْنُ نُسَبِّحُ بِحَمْدِكَ وَنُقَدِّسُ لَكَ ۖ قَالَ إِنِّي أَعْلَمُ مَا لَا تَعْلَمُونَ
البقرة 30
Behold, thy Lord said to the angels: “I will create a vicegerent on earth.” They said: “Wilt Thou place therein one who will make mischief therein and shed blood?- whilst we do celebrate Thy praises and glorify Thy holy (name)?” He said: “I know what ye know not.” 2/30

 

The Angles do not envision the future..
Therefore: how they predicted that Mankind or Adam’s descendents will commit atrocities and bloodshed?

Certainly, they had watched these happening in their past..
They had observed and witnessed the Neanderthals and their ancestors committing such awful deeds..

Because of the physical similarities between Adam PBUH and Neanderthals, they had assumed that Adam’s descendents will misbehave the same..

Therefore Allah swt told them: He swt knows what they do not..

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Noah PBUH & The Flood

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Noah’s  Sones

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Comments
  1. adilsud says:

    God made Eve from Adam’s penis and NOT his rib, claims religious academic

    New book by scholar Ziony Zevit has caused outrage among Christians
    He suggests Eve was created from Adam’s baculum, or penis bone

    Hebrew word ‘tsela’ should be translated as a protruding limb and not ‘rib’
    This explains why humans lack a baculum, and why men and women have the same number of ribs

    Christians have reacted with fury after a religious academic suggested Eve was not made from Adam’s rib, but was instead formed using his penis.

    The theory, put forward by revered biblical professor Ziony Zevit, suggests God made Eve from Adam’s baculum, or penis bone.

    Professor Zevit said this explains why man has no baculum, unlike most mammals, and why men don’t have an uneven number of ribs compared to women.

    The word ‘tzela’ or ‘tsela’ appears a number of times and in different contexts in the Old Testament, and Professor Zevit said this is what led translators astray.

    PROFESSOR ZEVIT’S PENIS THEORY
    The theory, put forward by revered biblical professor Ziony Zevit, suggests God made Eve from Adam’s baculum, or penis bone.
    To support his theory, Professor Zevit said the Hebrew word ‘tsela’, taken from the Old Testament, does not translate as ‘rib’ and instead ‘refers to limbs sticking out sideways from an upright human body.’

    The word ‘tzela’ or ‘tsela’ appears a number of times and in different contexts in the Old Testament, and Professor Zevit said this is what led translators astray.

    He claims that the word was used for any part of anatomy protruding from the body, including feet, arms and penis.

    Professor Zevit said this explains why man has no baculum, unlike most mammals, and why men don’t have an uneven number of ribs compared to women.

    Elsewhere, he added that Genesis 2:21, in which God closes the flesh beneath the ‘tsela’, refers to the flesh that exists on the underside of the penis.

    Defending his theory, he wrote that his understanding of how Eve was formed is based on analysis of the use of Hebrew in the Garden story.
    He claims that the word was used for any part of anatomy protruding from the body, including feet, arms and penis.

    ‘Of these appendages, the only one lacking a bone is the penis,’ he explained in his book What Really Happened in the Garden of Eden?
    Elsewhere, he added that Genesis 2:21, in which God closes the flesh beneath the ‘tsela’, refers to the flesh that exists on the underside of the penis.

    However, according to Israeli newspaper Haaretz, the theory is unlikely to be correct.

    It is clear that the Genesis passage refers to something which Adam has many of, for example, which more closely fits the idea that Eve was made from a rib rather than a baculum.

    In addition, the plural of ‘tzela’ – ‘tzlaot’ – would be a collective noun applicable for hands, feet and penises. But this doesn’t exist.
    And indeed, similar rib stories appear in other ancient religions, such as in Sumer.

    But the most significant counter argument is the fact that ‘tzela’ is still used in post-biblical Hebrew to mean ‘rib’.

    A review of Professor Zevit’s book was recently published in The Biblical Archaeological Review magazine.

    Reader Sue Glaze from Oakland, Maryland, said: ‘I write to express my disappointment with your magazine. I wish to cancel my subscription.

    ‘Come on now, Eve being created from Adam’s penis bone, rather than his rib?

    A review of Ziony Zevit’s book, What really happened in the Garden of Eden? recently appeared in The Biblical Archaeological Review (pictured). The publication gave Zevit a chance to defend his position after the book’s position angered readers

    PASSAGE IN GENESIS CHAPTER 2
    Professor Zevit studied the Hebrew account of the Garden of Eden story. The translated version taken from Genesis 2:21 to 2:24 in the King James bible reads: ‘And the Lord God caused a deep sleep to fall upon Adam, and he slept: and he took one of his ribs, and closed up the flesh instead thereof;

    ‘And the rib, which the LORD God had taken from man, made he a woman, and brought her unto the man.

    ‘And Adam said, This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called Woman, because she was taken out of Man.

    ‘Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh.’

    ‘That is plainly not a Bible teaching. I do not need and will not read articles that damage my faith or attempts to cause me to doubt what I know is the truth from the Bible.’

    Another reader, Rev Randall L Krabill, wrote: ‘How does Ziony Zevit’s article have anything to do with Biblical archaeology?

    ‘I have never purchased a tabloid magazine in my life – and I have no intention of ever doing so.

    ‘I certainly didn’t realize that was what I was doing when I subscribed to BAR.’

    And Rev Don Brubacher, from Canada, dismissed the theory as ‘totally unconvincing’, ‘laughable’ and ‘outlandish’.

    He said: ‘As Jesus scathingly said: ‘You blind guides! You strain out a gnat and swallow a camel.’ (Matthew 23:24).’

    Defending his theory, Professor Zevit wrote that his understanding of how Eve was formed is based on analysis of the use of Hebrew in the Garden story.

    Other correspondents were less critical of the theory.

    Peter Bentley, from Hong Kong, said: ‘Zevit transports one ‘literally’ into the garden of Eden. ‘A totally extraordinary literary – and, dare I say, ‘religious’ – experience.’

    The Garden of Earthly delights by Hieronymus Bosch’s, depicts Adam and Eve in heaven (pictured, left panel). Adam and Eve are central to the biblical view of creation, being the first people created on Earth and the descendants of all peoples

    The Garden of Earthly delights by Hieronymus Bosch’s, depicts Adam and Eve in heaven (pictured, left panel). Adam and Eve are central to the biblical view of creation, being the first people created on Earth and the descendants of all peoples

    In the left panel of this tryptic painting, Bosch depicts the introduction of Adam and Eve (pictured) by God. In the King James Bible it states that God took one of Adam’s ribs while he slept and used it to form Eve

    In the left panel of this tryptic painting, Bosch depicts the introduction of Adam and Eve (pictured) by God. In the King James Bible it states that God took one of Adam’s ribs while he slept and used it to form Eve
    While many animals do have a baculum, humans aren’t the only mammal without one.

    We are part of a boneless group that includes whales, horses, rhinos, rabbits and spider monkeys, all of which have evolved without the penis bone.

    In his book, The Selfish Gene, Richard Dawkin’s suggested that selective sexual pressure may have led to the bone disappearing in humans.

    A possible explanation could be the move from quick, opportunistic mating to more complex socio-sexual behaviour in our evolution and paternity.
    This move allowed for more frequent, but shorter duration mating.

    WHY DON’T HUMANS HAVE A PENIS BONE?
    The baculum, or penile bone, is found in the penis of many placental mammals, including cats, dogs and apes. The bone, such as that from a walrus (pictured) helps to maintain stiffness during copulation. However some animals, including elephants and humans, don’t have the bone
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    The baculum, or penile bone, is found in the penis of many placental mammals, including cats, dogs and apes. The bone, such as that from a walrus (pictured) helps to maintain stiffness during copulation. However some animals, including elephants and humans, don’t have the bone
    While many animals do have a baculum, humans aren’t the only mammal without one.

    We are part of a boneless group that includes whales, horses, rhinos, rabbits and spider monkeys, all of which have evolved without the penis bone.

    In his book, The Selfish Gene, Richard Dawkin’s suggests that selective sexual pressure may have led to the bone disappearing in humans.

    A possible explanation could be the move from quick, opportunistic mating to more complex socio-sexual behaviour in our evolution and paternity.

    This move allowed for more frequent, but shorter duration mating.

    Our nearest living relative, the chimpanzee, has a very small baculum, indicating that we may be at the end point of an evolutionary shift towards a decrease in size of the bone.

    While we don’t have one, spare a thought for the polar bear. A team of Danish scientists found that a certain type of pollutant called polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) is associated with a less dense penile bone.

    This puts them at risk of breaking their penis, which could have disastrous consequences for mating and the survival of the endangered species.

    Robert McAngus

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