The British science journal Nature has reported that scientists have discovered remains in a cave in northeastern Spain that are now considered “the earliest known remains of a human in Europe.”
Anthropologists discovered this “exceptional fossil,” allegedly over a million years old, in a Spanish cave that indicates “a hominid branch that could be a forerunner to Homo sapiens.” The description of this individual leads one to believe it was…well, human, in every way, which confirms the creation model of origins. Man has always been man
The same has been true in botany and zoology. Plants are plants. Animals are animals. Kinds are kinds, no matter what your dating method. Too many times paleontologists unearth fossils of creatures in strata of rock dating far earlier than where they’re “supposed to be” (i.e. what evolution theory insists is fact).
The creation model states God created man, plants and animals “after their kind” and centuries later sent a Flood. We expect, therefore, to find animals as animals, plants as plants, and people as…well, people buried in sedimentary rock layers (or in caves) throughout the world.
Not surprisingly, this is what anthropologists really found in Spain.
Original report in Nature, Vol. 452, pp. 465-469 (27 March 2008).
For futher reading, see the article Startling Discoveries Support Creation by Dr. Duane Gish.