Were Ancient “Human Cousins” Jewelers?
Denisovans, a human variety known only in fossil form from one cave in Siberia, are considered by evolutionists to be our early cousins, not as advanced as modern man. But scientists have found more than just fragments of human remains in this cave (which, in a biblical worldview, was likely inhabited by these people during the ice age after the global flood). They also discovered “perforated animal teeth” that researchers believe may have been used as necklaces, leading to one news headline, “Early human cousins may have been jewellers.” They found bone tools, beads, and stone-worked bracelets. Researchers note such artifacts are generally only associated with modern humans, and, much more recently, with Neanderthals (another human variety).
Denisovans were humans, descended from Adam and Eve just like us.
This find doesn’t surprise creationists. Denisovans were humans, descended from Adam and Eve just like us. This new find only confirms what we knew all along, starting with God’s Word.
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