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A recent discovery of breadcrumbs in northeast Jordan throws secular timelines into disarray. The crumbs show that mankind was baking 4,000 years earlier than evolutionists date agriculture and the rise of such complex skills.
Researchers at the University of Copenhagen determined the crumbs to be more than 14,000 years old, by secular radiometric dating assumptions, making it the oldest known bread. The breadcrumbs were made of wild wheat, barley, other assorted grains, and wild tuber, adding complex recipes to the process of bread making.
Finding such ancient crumbs surprises evolutionists, who assume that the skills could only come later in human culture development. But we know that God created extremely intelligent beings—Adam and Eve—at the start, and their descendants were already making metal tools and building cities long before the flood. Ingenuity has always been our bread and butter.
This article was taken from Answers magazine, November–December, 2018, 30.