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Thoughts on Human Origins When considering the origins of human life on this planet I must rely on the observations of others to draw my conclusions I was not there when the world began when humans appeared or when religious texts were written Furthermore I have not conducted my own scientific research on the subject nor have I studied in great detail the research that has been done Yet I have come to believe in what I know as evolution To understand why I hold this belief I must consider my religious and intellectual background and my experience with various theories on the origins of human life Though I am vaguely aware of the myriad of origin tales recognized by the worlds people I am only truly familiar with two both of them Western So my choices and my perspective are rather limited The first explanation I encountered for the origins of my species was that of Creation as described by the Book of Genesis in the Bible I dont remember where or how I first heard this story - perhaps it was from a cartoon or a friend - but living in a largely Christian culture I know that I heard it so often and from so many sources that it eventually became something that I just knew like the story of Cinderella or The Three Little Bears As I came to understand it the tale goes something like this In the beginning God created Heaven and Earth and over the course of six days He created everything exactly as it is now - plants animals day night rocks trees mountains rivers EVERYTHING He saved his most wonderful special creation one to be made in His Image for last - man But man was lonely so God made him a wife from one of his ribs So man with woman at his side was meant to rule over all of Gods creation answering
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