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Such calculations rely upon many assumptions about mutation rate, recombination rate, and other factors, that are known to vary widely.All of this entails retrospective calculations about events in the far distant past, for which we have no directly verifiable data.They think that the latest findings in paleoanthropology and genetics render a literal pair of first true human parents to be “scientifically impossible.” The prevailing assumption underlying media reports about human origins is that humanity evolved very gradually over vast periods of time as a population (a collection of interbreeding organisms), which itself originally evolved from a (human/chimpanzee) common ancestor millions of years ago.Therefore, we are not seen as descendants of the biblical Adam and Eve.For such reasons, some experts have concluded that effective population size cannot be determined using DNA sequence differences alone (Sjödin 2005; Hawks 2008).Indeed, the most famous genetic study proclaimed as a “scientific objection” to Adam and Eve turned out to be based on methodological errors. Ayala appearing in the journal, (1995), led many to believe that a founding population of only two individuals was impossible.Such methodology produces, at best, solely conclusions, based on available evidence and the assumptions used to evaluate the data.
Before that time, all subhuman behavior manifests merely material sensory abilities.Many succumb to the modernist tendency to “adjust” Church teaching to fit the latest scientific claims—thus intimidating Catholics into thinking that divinely revealed truths can be abandoned—“if need be.” This skepticism of a literal Adam and Eve begs for four much needed corrections.First, Church teaching about Adam and Eve has not, and cannot, change. “Baptism, by imparting the life of Christ’s grace, erases original sin and turns a man back toward God, but the consequences for nature, weakened and inclined to evil, persist in man and summon him to spiritual battle” ( did not definitively exclude theological polygenism.Over time, these “pre-split” lineages, themselves, evolved into the new additional versions present today.Because each individual carries only two versions of a gene, a single founding pair could not have passed on the thirty-two versions that Ayala claimed existed some seven million years ago—either at that time or at any time since.