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 New prehistoric human unknown to science discovered in Israel

https://m.jpost.com/archaeology/new-prehistoric-human-unknown-to-science-discovered-in-israel-671949/amp


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“ Tens of thousands of years ago, the busy central region of what is now a densely populated and traffic-jammed part of Israel, was a landscape that very much resembled the African savanna. It featured rhinos, wild horses and cattle and other large animals that were perfect game for ancient hunter-gatherers.

The site of Nesher Ramla, a few kilometers from the modern-day city, was probably close to a water reservoir where early humans could hunt animals. Today, the dig site is filled with many animal bones, stone tools for making fire and butchering, and human bones, including skulls, TAU anthropologist Prof. Israel Hershkovitz said.”

“We know that modern humans – or Homo sapiens – arrived in this area some 200,000 years ago,” he said. “When we started excavating and examining the different archaeological layers, we found that they dated back between 140,000 and 120,000 years ago, so we expected to find remains of Homo sapiens. We did not realize that another form of human was living alongside them.”


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 Re: New prehistoric human unknown to science discovered in Israel

Lol!


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Clearly from this video and what they found is inconclusive, a small piece of a jaw and a back of a head bone and they create an entire new type of human in history. Carbon dating is not accurate and is based on a false assumption for people more technical you can read here: https://answersingenesis.org/geology/carbon-14/doesnt-carbon-14-dating-disprove-the-bible/


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 Re: New prehistoric human unknown to science discovered in Israel



Prof. Israel Hershkovitz said,

“We know that modern humans – or Homo sapiens – arrived in this area some 200,000 years ago,”

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If we say that we know something is true, but that something is not testable, repeatable, observable, and falsifiable, it is not considered scientific.

Science simply means knowledge. Conscience simply means with knowledge.

This professor is not talking science as his conscience is seared.

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All very good points.

I still think it is very interesting that animals like rhinos grazed in this area of Israel. If true(apparently they have found bones) when would this have been? Then again someone like Ken Ham says that dinosaurs were walking around with men in ancient Israel and every place else for that matter, so rhinos or elephants would be no big deal.

There are many mysteries that are hard to force into the scriptures. Not saying impossible (although I personally think some are) but very difficult.


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Believing in creation is a matter of faith, not science

Heb 11:3 Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear.

To believe in evolution, you need to sear your conscience:

Rom 1:18 For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who hold the truth in unrighteousness;
19 Because that which may be known of God is manifest in them; for God hath shewed it unto them.
20 For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:
21 Because that, when they knew God, they glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; but became vain in their imaginations, and their foolish heart was darkened.
22 Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools,

and do a lot of acrobatics to explain away clear evidence of creation. Even Darwin retracted some of his ideas at the end of his life.

Evolution is another way of saying, I do not believe in God and I hate him anyway. Without God, you cannot establish any moral responsibility at all.


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I believe God created the universe, and I don’t believe in human evolution (ie that Adam descended from apes). But I can’t dispute the existence of Neanderthals etc.


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"Neanderthals were a group of humans, descended from Adam and Eve, who lived in the harsh post-Flood world. Archaeology confirms they made instruments, make-up, jewelry, weapons, and ritually buried their dead. Many humans today share DNA with Neanderthals. This fully human lineage died out sometime after the Flood." From Answers In Genesis


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Of course Ken Ham says that. Not saying they weren’t biological humans.

ADD: but I strongly question the timing.


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If Ken Ham was the only person in the world saying this, and if it is indeed correct, it's still truth. Even Einstein said consensus opinion means absolutely zilch when contradicted by one man with facts (paraphrase).

Todd, your theology on Genesis befuddles me. You've said you don't believe it is literal history, but was written to those people at that time according to their limited understanding. That would mean it is, in fact, incorrect according to our "modern" understanding. We know Jesus lived roughly 2,000 years ago. If you go back before that, and add up the years from genealogies, the Flood was roughly 2,400 years before Jesus walked the earth (unless the genealogies can't be trusted?) Go back before that, about 1,600 years, again, adding up the dates, and God created Adam and Eve (Eve is called the "mother of all living" by Adam, unless he was wrong as well). So that is where we get 6,000 years. There were no humans or human-like creatures before that, because nothing existed; hence the "Neanderthals" must have lived after God created Adam and Eve.

How about the Flood? You say it was a local flood, but since there have been many local floods since Noah's days, God has broken His promise repeatedly. If there were humans living for hundreds of thousands of years before the flood, surely some of them moved from the valley where this local flood allegedly happened, so God would not have destroyed "all flesh" when it happened.


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