They say they are confident in the assigned age of the prints, even though it does not match with evolutionary predictions.
“The new footprints, from Trachilos in western Crete, have an unmistakably human-like form,” the website explained. The big toe is similar to our own in shape, size and position; it is also associated with a distinct ‘ball’ on the sole, which is never present in apes.” The discovery of the footprints in Crete was recently detailed in Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association.
“The church should have the right to have its own convictions and values; if you don’t like those convictions and values [and] you totally disagree with it, don’t try to change my house, move into your own …
and find somebody who gets what you get about faith,” Jakes added.
“But they have been attributed to the kin of the australopithecine ‘Lucy,’ because according to evolutionary theory, humans weren’t around when the australopithecines walked the earth.” “These [footprints] in Crete are regarded by evolutionary dating methods as even older, and so are similarly ascribed to ‘possible hominin’ rather than human, and would be no matter how human they looked for the same reason,” he added.
Dear Reader, because of your generous support, we have received enough funds to send many audio Bibles to Iraqi and Syrian refugees displaced by ISIS in the Middle East.When asked if his position on homosexuality has “evolved,” Jakes agreed that it has. “I think that where I am is to better understand we, the church, bought into the myth that this is a Christian nation.” Earlier this year, the U. Supreme Court ruled that states must legalize same-sex “marriage,” igniting a battle between the Church and State over the issue.In his comments on Monday, Jakes advocated for the separation of Church and State, which would allow for “all types of people” to have whatever rights they desire despite biblical prohibitions. Jakes says that homosexuals should attend congregations that affirm their lifestyle and that politics do not need to reflect biblical ethics, adding that his position on homosexuality is both “evolved and evolving.” During an interview with the Huffington Post on Monday, Jakes was asked by a viewer if he believes that homosexuals and the black church can co-exist. I think it is going to be diverse from church to church.“And I think that to speak that the church—the black church, the white church or any kind of church you wanna call it—are all the same, is totally not true.” “LGBT’s of different types and sorts have to find a place of worship that reflects what your views are and what you believe like anyone else,” he outlined.