As A Graduate, You Still Believe That Adam And Eve Populated The World?
By Social-mediaGIST | self meida writer
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In life, please bear in mind that everybody has the right to what they believe or their viewpoint, so long as their beliefs are not contradictory to the country's rules. Bringing us to the fact that a lady with the username Ifa Funsho took a post to her Twitter account saying: I don't understand how a graduate would assume that Adam and Eve populated the earth in the Scriptures, she went on to say: You really can't find out all your years in college. Have humans been around for way too long since the bible was written?
Well, I don't really know what motivated her comment, but we Christians assume that God created Adam and Eve as the first humans on earth, because that's what's written in the Bible.
But she is nevertheless completely entitled to her view, so do you comply with her assertion when you see what this lady wrote? In the comment section below, express your view.
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