Talk about evolutionary claims your child may encounter in science and history classes. Although evolutionary scientists insist there is no evidence for the global Flood, accepting it as literal history enables researchers to make sense of a wide array of geological, climatic, and cultural data.
Research into Sri Yukteswar’s explanation is being conducted by the Binary Research Institute.
[....] In The Holy Science, Sri Yukteswar concludes that we are currently in the beginning stages of Dwapara Yuga, which began around 1699 A. This now puts us in the year 308 Dwapara according to Sri Yukteswar.
Since the dawn of the classical age, philosophy has attributed the reason of such emergence to the presence, in human beings, of a spiritual soul transcending matter.
This placed them in a condition of uniqueness compared to any other animals, which led to Aristotle's definition of the human being as a "rational animal" (Lat. Although their meanings may be radically different from one another, the "tales of origins" told in the different religions worldwide speak of a connection between the world of humans and a divine dimension, from which they may well have originated.
Their history is recorded in the fossil layers on earth, which were deposited over millions of years.
They were so successful as a group of animals that they eventually ruled the earth.However, dinosaurs are only a mystery you accept the evolutionary story of their history.According to evolutionists: Dinosaurs first evolved around 235 million years ago, long before man evolved.1 No human being ever lived with dinosaurs.Human beings are the subject of a specific phenomenology which belongs to them only, and whose origin raises crucial questions when considered in the context of their habitat, of the entire planet Earth, and in the larger scenario of the physical universe.From the phenomenological point of view, the uniqueness and the emergence of the human race become visible in many ways.To refer to the content of this article, quote: INTERS – Interdisciplinary Encyclopedia of Religion and Science, edited by G. Strumia, is by comparing themselves to nature around them that human beings can note their natural connection to the animal world, with which they share most of their vital functions.