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Examining Humans & Hominids (CEU)
Course: Human Origins
Dr. Fazale "Fuz" Rana
2 CEU for Biblical Studies
Listeners will be exposed to the latest scientific discoveries related to human origins and weaknesses of the evolutionary model. They will also learn how to use a testable creation model approach to understanding the data related to the emergence of bipedalism, genetics, fossil evidence and early human migration.
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Develop a working knowledge of the creation model approach to human origins vs. the evolution approach and evaluate arguments for each approach.
Critically evaluate and discuss the fossil evidence for human origins, the major hominid groups, molecular evidence, and early human migration patterns.
Outline of Topics Covered:
Overview of the origin of humanity
Evidence from the fossil record
Archaeological perspective on hominids and humans
DNA evidence for early humans
Bipedalism and brain size
Humans, chimps and junk DNA
Migration of early humans
Using a testable creation model approach
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All courses are web-based (via Moodle) and offered on-demand. Class consists of online lectures (video and/or audio). Participants can complete the course at their own pace—no need to be in class at a specific time, no specific start or end date. There are no written assignments.
Access expires 3 months from the course start date.
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