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Do Humans Share A Common Ancestry With Neanderthals?
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Publish-date-icon August 22, 2011
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On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin tackles another neo-Darwinian assertion made by Karl Giberson and Francis Collins in The Language of Science and Faith. In their book, Giberson and Collins capitalize on the popular notion of Neanderthals as brutish, non-human, cavemen like beasts in order to bloster their claims about common ancestry. Is this view of Neanderthals accurate? Do experts agree that Neanderthals are drastically different from early humans? What does this mean for the notion of common ancestry? Luskin explores the connection between Neanderthals and humans and sets Giberson and Collins straight.

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