Quote: John Stott on Origin of Man

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“... several forms of pre-Adamic ‘hominid’ may have existed for thousands of years previously. These hominids began to advance culturally. They made their cave drawings and buried their dead. It is conceivable that God created Adam out of one of them. You may call them Homo erectus ... But Adam was the first homo divinus, if I may coin a phrase, the first man to whom may be given the Biblical designation ‘made in the image of God’. Precisely what the divine likeness was, which was stamped upon him, we do not know, for Scripture nowhere tells us. But Scripture seems to suggest that it includes rational, moral, social, and spiritual faculties which make man unlike all other creatures and like God the creator, and on account of which he was given ‘dominion’ over the lower creation.”

John Stott, Understanding the Bible: Expanded Edition; 54-56) [Original edition: Scripture Union, London (1984), pp. 48f.]

Editorial Comment: Amazing what so called evangelical leaders believe isn’t it?

Evidence News 5 August 2009

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