So, if evolution is real…. and to an extent it is…
how did brains become so high functioning that we started to believe in gods?
The frontal lobe is the part of the brain that controls important cognitive skills in humans, such as emotional expression, problem solving, memory, language, judgment, and sexual behavior. It is, in essence, the “control panel” of our personality and our ability to communicate.
The bigger the lobe the bigger the skills to live.
So what happened?
Did a noise or movement occur that was unseen or unknown [like a coconut falling from a tree] that convinced man something unseen was making those things happen?
Was it from the need to blame someone else to misdeeds?
Or was it something to believe in, to have faith in?
To tell their children stories or future, past, or consequences for actions?
To me, this missing link is much more important than the ape to man theory.
Also, I looked at my silly dog today and how is he still a dog? and not evolved into a human like me?
how did a more human like gene get integrated into an animal …. we all know how that happens… sex…but how?
Seems more plausible that all species were created then evolved to their surroundings.
Too much to think about, especially since we are moving and I’m frantically packing .