The darwinists say that humans evolved from monkey ancestors in Africa, so then why are the bible lands of Mesopotamia called the “cradle of civilization” by those same darwinists? Ancient Egypt (in Africa) dates back to the time of the sumerians, canaanites, and assyrians, so why not Egypt as the cradle of civilization, wouldn’t that logically follow from the supposed notion that humans evolved out of Africa? Many languages were spoken at that time, but most in Mesopotamia, many city-states of pyramids built there of clay bricks (limestone was not available), designated the cradle of civilization because that is where the first clusters of diverse language cultures built cities, in line with the Bible, much to the chagrin of the darwinists.
And the darwinists give dates elsewhere for Stonehenge, Hatussa, and Baalbek in the same timeframe as Giza and Mesopotamia, so why not civilization having begun at those locations? And how could it be that megalithic ruins are also found all over the globe from that archaic era, did clever cavemen everywhere all suddenly decide to build great religious monuments of gargantuan size, or had they all come from the “cradle of civilization,” and many by sea? Be sure to checkout article #2 at http://iceagecivilizations.com to realize the simple method they used to navigate, how the “phoenicians” did it, and certainly too refer http://genesisveracityfoundation.com for a great overview of how it really was back in that day, show it to your professors please.