IN RESPONSE to federal Judge John Jones' recent decision against teaching "intelligent design" in schools: Evolution is a myth.
There are two creation stories in Genesis and they're different. In Genesis 1:27, God creates mankind on the sixth day. In Genesis 2:5-7, God creates the man Adam on the third day. The link that makes sense of these two different accounts is the discovery of the Neanderthal people. It makes sense that on the sixth day, when God created Eve, God would also create a separate race called "mankind" (the Neanderthal people). Our ominiscient God knew that Adam and Eve would have children and that Cain would kill Abel. God created the Neanderthals with sloped back foreheads so that their differences in appearance would keep them separate from Adam's race (who had the foreheads of modern man). God did this for the purpose of banishing Cain from his own people without causing Cain to be alone. To prevent the Neanderthals from killing Cain on sight, God put a mark on Cain. God sloped Cain's forehead back so the Neanderthals would accept him. When God sent the flood, only the descendants of Adam escaped the flood, and the Neanderthals perished. The discovery of the Neanderthals is the link that makes the Bible's factual account of creation make sense. Since these two races never intermarried, the myth of evolution will always have a missing link. The Bible is true. Evolution is a myth.