Greason's Theory Of Evolution Essay

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Creationism is the belief that the universe along with everything in it was created by acts of divine creation. A good example would be how the Christians believe that God is the creator of all things. Evolution is the process of different species developing and diversifying over a period of time to adapt to their environment. A good example would be us. According to scientists we have ancestors that trace back to six million-years-ago to a group called the Ardipithecus group which is our closest link to other primates. Christianity says that humans are only six thousand-years-old. Evolution was introduced by a very intelligent man, named Charles Darwin. Charles, born on February 12th, 1809 and lived to seventy three-years-old until his death in April 19th, 1882. He was a geologist and a naturalist, but he best known for his theory of evolution. He proposed that all species descended over time from a common ancestor. This man was not an atheist, but he was a man of God, but his idea was rejected from the church and his ideas were mocked. He felt it was like confessing to a murder, and his wife nearly left him because of his evolutionary views.

The Ardipithecus group consisted of: Sahelanthropus Tchadensis, Orrorin Tugenensis, Ardipithecus Kadabba, and Ardipithecus Ramidus. All of these ancestors began in Africa, and were they took the first steps to walking upright. Sahelanthropus Tchadensis, is one of the oldest known
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Ardi’s fossils were found alongside faunal remains which indicates Ardi lived in a wooded environment which then contradicts the open savanna theory for the origin of bipedalism. That also states humans learned to walk upright as climates became drier and their environments became more open and grassy (Human Family Tree | The Smithsonian Institution's Human Origins Program. (2010, March 01). Retrieved January 15, 2017, from

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