Once again DNA studies confirm the "out of Africa" theory of human origins. This latest study shows that the greatest DNA diversity continues to exist among Africans and the least diversity among the peoples who migrated the greatest distant from Africa: Native Americans. The diversity study coincides with what we know in anthropology and linguistics: that the oldest and most diverse people were the Afro-Asiatics, whose dominion extended east, northeast-west, southwest from the Atlantic coast of modern Nigeria to the Indus River Valley. The early chapters of Genesis convey a great deal of information about the people of the Afro-Asiatic Dominion. Much of that information is here at Just Genesis. For example, see: http://jandyongenesis.blogspot.com/2007/11/linguistic-evidence-for-afro-asiatic.html
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