Human evolution; onset of bipedalism (Introduction)

by dhw, Sunday, June 02, 2019, 13:51 (45 days ago) @ David Turell

DAVID: It seems as if our evolution from the ape group was really very special. We are certainly not chimps. Note the late development of the larger brain as compared to the early bipedal posture. The hands for different uses preceded the brain development. Seem logical to me as God did His work.

And if we were able to study the evolution of whales and elephants and camels from their common ancestors, they too would be very special. No, we are not chimps or whales or elephants or camels, but you have your God specially designing every stage of their evolution too. Why should we note the late development of the larger brain? Was your God incapable, then, of accelerating the process, since according to you, the larger brain was all he wanted? I suggest the process was a natural progression as the perhaps God-given autonomous IM in all organisms responded to the changing conditions which you think may have been out of the control of your totally-in-control God.


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