Where do neanderthals and other now-extinct hominids fit in the whole sin and salvation picture? Were they part of the human family that Christ died to save? Do you think they were intelligent enough to be considered capable of sin, or were they just animals?
That's all for today. I need to get to the piles of laundry in my house before life starts spontaneously generating in them and take advantage of the break in the weather to finish raking all the leaves in my yard.
As always, thanks for reading.