It seems that on just about any internet site that covers bigfoot, and there are a myriad, the subject eventually gets around to bigfoot’s origin. If you believe the Bible and if bigfoot is a pure species, then folks, he was probably a passenger on Noah’s
An intriguing thought, isn’t it? (And by the way, I do believe the Bible.) Ark.
I use the word probably above, because it could have been bigfoot’s ancestors on the ark. It is reasonable to believe, for example, that Noah did not take every known type of canine at the time of the flood, but took just a few types to insure its survival into the new earth. Canines interbreed. Thus they can produce all sorts of beautiful and varied animals. And couldn’t the same be true of bigfoot’s linage?
To address the ongoing theory that bigfoot is an ancestor or lost link of the human family, here goes: Again, using the Bible as a guide, humans were forbidden to mate with animals, punishable by death if found out. And if they did “mate” they did not and could not produce offspring.
How can I be sure? Well, if animals and humans could produce offspring we would indeed have some strange appearing creatures on this earth and lots of them. And besides, if the Creator doesn’t sanction animal/human breeding he certainly would not allow a precious life to result from the act. I know, you are probably saying, that this reasoning is just too simple.
Yes, it is simple. I’m not a scientist and probably you are not either. What good would it do to wade into subjects in this short column most of us do not understand and that have taken men and women years of study to get the straight of? The Bible has been given to man to answer his most basic questions, to satisfy the longings of a spiritual heart, and that in a manner that humans can easily understand, granted with effort.
At this time in human history, we have the right to believe as we wish on such things as the origin of man, etc. The Creator is not happy about these beliefs that mislead humans, but, he has his reasons for allowing for the time being, this situation. Let’s try to enjoy the road to bigfoot’s discovery without being dogmatic or judgmental. ... Linda Newton-Perry