Should Neanderthals be called their own species or a subspecies of Homo Sapiens?

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Re: Should Neanderthals be called their own species or a subspecies of Homo Sapiens?

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Post by thatkidakayoungguy » Thu Jan 18, 2018 9:51 am

Who were the Red Deer Cave People?
http://popular-archaeology.com/issue/fa ... deer-cave1
They are thought to be either their own species (maybe subspecies), simply a race, or a hybrid group of Denisovan and modern humans.
Maybe they are the last Denisovan humans. Idk.

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Re: Should Neanderthals be called their own species or a subspecies of Homo Sapiens?

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Post by RickD » Thu Jan 18, 2018 10:53 am

Did Neanderthals have same-sex marriage?
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Post by DBowling » Thu Jan 18, 2018 1:41 pm

RickD wrote:Did Neanderthals have same-sex marriage?
Since they were extinct long before the time of Adam and Eve, I would submit that they didn't have any kind of marriage at all. :P

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Re: Should Neanderthals be called their own species or a subspecies of Homo Sapiens?

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Post by RickD » Thu Jan 18, 2018 2:12 pm

DBowling wrote:
RickD wrote:Did Neanderthals have same-sex marriage?
Since they were extinct long before the time of Adam and Eve, I would submit that they didn't have any kind of marriage at all. :P
But what if the ancient Hebrew wasn't interpreted correctly, and it was Adam and Steve, not Adam and Eve?
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Post by DBowling » Thu Jan 18, 2018 9:43 pm

RickD wrote:
DBowling wrote:
RickD wrote:Did Neanderthals have same-sex marriage?
Since they were extinct long before the time of Adam and Eve, I would submit that they didn't have any kind of marriage at all. :P
But what if the ancient Hebrew wasn't interpreted correctly, and it was Adam and Steve, not Adam and Eve?
I guess that would mean Cain, Abel, and Seth never happened...
Which would mean Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob never happened...
Which would mean Israel never happened...
etcetera... etcetera... etcetera...

Which would mean...
"life is really just a dream" after all :P

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Re: Should Neanderthals be called their own species or a subspecies of Homo Sapiens?

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Post by RickD » Fri Jan 19, 2018 7:02 am

DBowling wrote:
RickD wrote:
DBowling wrote:
RickD wrote:Did Neanderthals have same-sex marriage?
Since they were extinct long before the time of Adam and Eve, I would submit that they didn't have any kind of marriage at all. :P
But what if the ancient Hebrew wasn't interpreted correctly, and it was Adam and Steve, not Adam and Eve?
I guess that would mean Cain, Abel, and Seth never happened...
Which would mean Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob never happened...
Which would mean Israel never happened...
etcetera... etcetera... etcetera...

Which would mean...
"life is really just a dream" after all :P
But what about angel/human hybrids?

I'm sure they played a part in all of this...
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Re: Should Neanderthals be called their own species or a subspecies of Homo Sapiens?

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Post by DBowling » Fri Jan 19, 2018 7:21 am

RickD wrote:
DBowling wrote:
RickD wrote:
DBowling wrote:
RickD wrote:Did Neanderthals have same-sex marriage?
Since they were extinct long before the time of Adam and Eve, I would submit that they didn't have any kind of marriage at all. :P
But what if the ancient Hebrew wasn't interpreted correctly, and it was Adam and Steve, not Adam and Eve?
I guess that would mean Cain, Abel, and Seth never happened...
Which would mean Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob never happened...
Which would mean Israel never happened...
etcetera... etcetera... etcetera...

Which would mean...
"life is really just a dream" after all :P
But what about angel/human hybrids?

I'm sure they played a part in all of this...
LOL... yeah...
That is part of someone's dream too... :P

Sigh... and I just linked to Michael Heiser in another thread...
Oh well... no one's perfect.

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Re: Should Neanderthals be called their own species or a subspecies of Homo Sapiens?

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Post by Philip » Fri Jan 19, 2018 8:55 am

I happened to have corresponded with Michael just a day ago - I wondered whether he was aware of Rich Deem's research comparing the demographics and geographic data related to supposed UFO or alien reports, as Rich research shows strong correlations between areas of unbelief with such sightings (lending credibility to the demonic aspect). Mike had never heard of Rich, but said he'll look at his research. He generally only pays attention to peer-reviewed information.

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Post by DBowling » Fri Jan 19, 2018 8:58 am

BTW... just so there is no misunderstanding.
I have a looooooot of respect for Michael Heiser!

I just happen to disagree with him on the angel/human hybrid theory.

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Re: Should Neanderthals be called their own species or a subspecies of Homo Sapiens?

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Post by RickD » Fri Jan 19, 2018 9:15 am

DBowling wrote:BTW... just so there is no misunderstanding.
I have a looooooot of respect for Michael Heiser!

I just happen to disagree with him on the angel/human hybrid theory.
Well, nobody is perfect [cough]Evan McMullin[/cough].

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