lol, okay. can you clarify what you mean by millions of years ago? I always like to ask first, instead of putting words into people's mouths. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! there have been studies done tracing back through the Biblical lineage to Adam (the first human that God created, if you believe that Genesis is a literal translation) which spans roughly, a little over 6,000 years ago. And of course, no evolutionary process is indicated in the Bible, that took place to get man to where Adam 'began.' (following exclusively Genesis) I believe in the theory of evolution, yet with a Creator behind it. From this exchange, I gather you don't believe that--and that you feel Genesis is literal? But, if you do, just know, the lineage only dates back to Adam being created some 6000 years ago. This is important because we know, have proof, of a ''pre-adam'' man, so to speak. How can a believer explain that, while clinging to the literal, historical translation of Genesis? Just some food for thought. I don't firmly believe that Genesis is literal, but more metephorical. Check this out when you can; I'M NOT TRYING TO CHANGE YOUR VIEW. But, you might find it interesting. Leon R. Kass (The Beginning of Wisdom: Reading Genesis) He is noted as saying..."We can learn most from the story [of Adam and Eve] by regarding it as a mythical yet realistic portrait of permanent truths about our humanity, rather than as a historical yet idealised portrait of a blissful existence we once enjoyed but lost."