Fossil Friday – Lucy the Knuckle Walker

It’s imparitive to begin with acknoledging that, despite popular opinion, all scientists admit that Lucy, or Australopithecus afarensis, has nothing to do with the so called ‘evolution’ of mankind. She is not, according to the evolutionistic scientists, a member of human lineage.

It’s also important, since we’re setting things up here, to note that it’s possible she is not actually a she. There is some evidence that Lucy is actually a male primate. I hope this will deminstrate how the scientific community fabricates these things to emotionally connect with the public. A pile of bones, nameless and genderless, will hardly endear itself to crowds of people.

Lastly, and perhaps the most important thing to bare in mind as I continue, is that the bones found did not have a hip bone similar to a human. In fact, the hip and pelvic bones were more primitave then modern apes. Scientists decided that a deer had once stepped on the bones, causing them to appear less like a human. This is no joke folks, these guys made a model of the original bone and then carved it out to make it look more like a human. What is the evidence for a deer stepping on the bones? Only that they didn’t fit with the scientific world view of evolutionism.

Now that we have a set up, let me tell you that what you see in museums about Lucy is a blatant, admitted, falsehood. This is the point I want to come across to you friends, what we are being led to believe about evolutionism is based on assumptions, over active imaginations, and far too often, deciet.

What do we see Lucy depected as? An upright primate, walking on feet similar to ours, with arms slightly longer but human hands. These are all incorrect, and the sad part is that scientists have always known this. Lucy has the bones of a knuckle walker, she would have been hunched over. The curvature of her feet is actually more extreme than modern apes. What the bones show, and what the artist renditions show, are clearly two different creatures.

My concern is that more and more churches are accepting evolutionism over creationism as an explination of our origin. When we undermine the Word of God to fit into the popular culture we’ve already lost. If you think Genesis, and the flood of Noah, are too hard to believe, try explaining rising from the dead scientifically. Do not, dear friends, give one inch of biblical ground. We can take the full counsel of Gods Word as truth without the world views of fallen men.


Author: lnhereford

I am a Christian, wife, mother, and homeschooler currently traveling the United States with my loving husband and darling daughter!

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