Creationists - Do You Believe That We Humans Came From Monkeys?
Well we didnt we STILL ARE monkeys... or to be more precise apes/primates
do you think im an a**hole now?
@Edward the Less - A) hahahahahaha your not a very good listener are you
B) I never claimed maturity and, if im lucky, never will
@luchadora - aww your sweet
@Edgar - We share common ancestors with modern primates sir, like chimps, But this does not mean that we are suddenly not primates/apes we are just different in some ways ;-)
SeaTurtle - I know, but thats what makes them so adorable
Dancefly - and i think your not a very good listener... what we have here is a misunderstanding on your part
think4myself - Nope but i do think your entertaining... Keep doin what your doin and just dont take your hatred of society to a violent level :-)... by the way to think that peple are less moral now than ever simply shows an ignorance of history. violence and immorality is just more publicized :-)
Edgar - LOL sorry but i dont think you know what the hell your talking about
Fuzzy - lol... well thats one way of looking at it, and few would disagree... evolution simply states that we have mutated/evolved ever so slighlty over time and therefore are quite different than what we bagan as... while creationists believe we havent really changed are the first "mother" came from a mans rib that was created by an eternal being and in that beings "image"
then i guess it comes down to "which came first the chicken or the egg" but creationists basically say neither, first there was the farmer (god) but the rooster came first
- Anonymous9 years agoBest Answer
If you came from a monkey, then you should be able to marry one and produce offspring. Let us know how it works out for you.
- 9 years ago
I work at a jr high school, and sometimes I do wonder.
No, I don't believe that we ever came from monkeys, we were created in his image, though, it is sad that the more people embrace evolution, the more they seem to act like animals, sex outside of marriage, do whatever you please, led by what seems a primordial instinct rather than constitution of character. I think I believe in reverse evolution, I think we went from a state of order and are moving to disorder, especially in the social and moral venues. ....why does that sound familiar? Order to disorder.....I know I've heard that before!
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- kofflerLv 43 years ago
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- FuzzyLv 79 years ago
I have the strange and unusual idea that a woman I know as 'mother' gave birth to me, and that this is how all others came to be also.
How about you?
It seems then that this is how it has been since the first mother came to be, or do you have any other way of coming to be? !
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- Anonymous9 years ago
I think you're muddying the waters. Creationists don't believe that we came from monkeys; they believe that scientists claim that we came from monkeys. And please don't reinforce that false belief by claiming that we "STILL ARE monkeys." In trying to be more precise you have contradicted yourself. We are apes descended from a long line of apes. Apes are not a kind of monkey.
- HöstensbarnLv 59 years ago
We don't come from monkeys, we share common ancestors. How hard is that to understand.
Yes we are apes, but not identical to monkeys. We differ, meaning we had to have been closer in History.
- SeaTurtleLv 79 years ago
Creationists get offended if you try to tell them they are primates, related to (but not descended from) monkeys. They'd rather believe we were made out of dirt.
- Anonymous9 years ago
That's pretty inaccurate. Humans and monkeys evolved from common ancestors that were neither human nor monkeys.
- Mr. FunkymunkLv 69 years ago
I can tell you right now, that im no monkey.
- 9 years ago
We may be came from Monkeys, but at least we evolved.Source(s): Just A Respond