Ever wonder what those heavy browed, half ape, half human skulls could be that paleontologists find? I’ll give you an answer that will surprise you at the conclusion of this commercial.
The book’s title is The Evolution Cruncher and it not only gave me a new plausible answer for the above question but it goes on to give hundreds of the same in a fun and yet comprehensive 928 page book. All of the points debated between creationists and evolutionists are included in short, easy to read answers making this a paperback encyclopedia for $5.
Look, neither Creationism or Evolution has all the answers but evolutionists believe their case is so airtight that you rarely get to see both sides considered side by side with equality. As one evolutionist said in May 3rd 2005 article in the USA Today “ To debate Evolution is similar to debating whether the Earth is round.” With that kind of limiting mindset we would have never progressed out of the Stone Age if there was one.
Let me share with you a few topics in this exciting 928 page book then I’ll give you the answer to the question of ape men.
Now you can understand what the issues are without getting bogged down in long, boring dissertations.
Ok the commercial is over and on to what I learned that shocked me, in a good way. Yes I’ve given thought to the compelling evidence of apish like human skulls that Leaky and the like have found but here is what The Evolution Cruncher suggests. Young monkey skeletons look similar to young human skeletons. There is a pre-flood ape called Gigantopithicus. He is in the fossil record and stood 8-9 feet tall. Since young human and ape skeletons look similar then why can’t Lucy and other ape looking human skulls be the young offspring of the Gigantopithcus? Pretty simple. Is this explanation the answer? Maybe and maybe not. The point is I NEVER heard of that idea until last week while reading the book. And until the scientific community is willing to interpret the evidence from an unbiased approach and give us all possible solutions, can we trust what comes to us in the textbooks, mgazines and the TV cable programs as being objective science?