Neanderthal Chemists?
This is Ken Ham, CEO of Answers in Genesis, Ark Encounter, and Creation Museum.

Yesterday we talked about how Neanderthals are usually depicted as dumb brutes. But the evidence reveals they wore makeup and jewelry, made weapons and musical instruments, and even practiced dental hygiene!

Well, a new study found that Neanderthals also made their own glue and used a knowledge of chemistry to do it! The glue was so complex it had to have been created in underground chambers with little oxygen.

Now you’ve probably never pictured Neanderthal chemists, and that’s because the evolutionary worldview has indoctrinated everyone to see them as brutes. But they were our relatives, made in God’s image like we are.

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