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By: John Castell

Humans Evolved, People Were Made

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If you believe in God but recoil from the way some people think that science has the answer to everything, and that the theory of Natural Selection can account for people without the need for God, you will find this book informative and inspiring. While reading it you will learn about the relationship between science and theology. You will be informed about the development of evolutionary science, from Lamarck to the present. You will understand the limitations of science and that Natural Selection is thought to be less important now. You will become aware of the difference between humans and people. How it was that people’s fear of each other led to sedentism and agriculture ten thousand years ago. You will learn more about the work of Charles Darwin, including his genetic theory, Pangenesis, and the writing on evolution by his contemporaries, Wallace and Chambers.You will see how the words of the Bible can be aligned with the material record of archaeology and how the timeline of development of people is different from that of animals.You will be interested in the proposal that God made people by an upgrade of the human, which must have happened just before the migration out of Africa, about 65,000 year ago. Only God could have given the ancient humans a soul, language and the intellect and immortality which go with them. This changed them into the people we are now, to make one living creature that could talk to God.

John Castell was born just before World War II, in 1937. He was brought up in the countryside, and developed a love of animals and enjoyed riding horses. He became committed to belief in God when about 12 years old and that has strengthened as the years go by. He attended a very good Grammar School and after that, the University of London. As a post-graduate he obtained a Ph.D in the Faculty of Medicine. He had an interesting career in medical microbiology. He was head of a large department of scientists and sat on some international committees.

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