Humans: The Artists

Humans: The Artists

On today’s Creation Moments Minute, we’ll see that prehistoric people weren’t as primitive as evolutionists would have us believe!

Evolutionists often portray so-called “stone-age” people as primitive brutes who carried clubs around, grunted a lot and were definitely in need of a bath. But those of us who know that humans have always been human know this picture is inaccurate.

So-called prehistoric people have left us hundreds of beautiful paintings in caves around the world. Over 220 paintings are found in Lascaux, France, alone. The painters who created this art did so using artificial lighting, palettes and scaffolding. They carefully milled and mixed minerals to create a variety of colors that remain bright and rich thousands of years later.

As we look at the paintings left by so-called “stone age” painters, we can clearly see that the claims that humans have progressed up from the brute animal stage are false.

For the Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.

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