Development of Agriculture in the World
The development of agriculture in the world was a major factor of the growth of civilization as people began to settle into one place. Although Adam was a farmer and was the first farmer, other groups chose to be nomadic and hunt. God taught Adam how to farm and was forced to work the fields as punishment for the first sin, eating from the forbidden tree against God's command. After the Flood, the process of agriculture and development of civilization began to be re-established. Gradually, more people decided to settle down into cities and settlements featured agricultural activities as a method of convenience. People began to value the life in a permanent settlement as opposed to a nomadic life, which could be harsh. Some people left cities and settlements and chose to be nomadic. Some were outcasts and had diseases. The myth of cavemen by the mainstream academia is incorrect. Humans originally settled in cities and farmed just like Adam and his descendants before the Flood and after the Flood and the Tower of Babel. People were forced to spread apart by the Tower of Babel language changing incident and they only spread out because of the new language barrier. Caveman were outcasts that were rejected by society because of disease, behavior, or just voluntarily chose to separate from society and live isolated. There are still some “indigenous cultures” today that reject civilization and live in isolation in jungles, mountains, or rural isolated areas. The lie of mainstream academia that all humans originally were primitive cave dwellers that gradually evolved the desire and ability to develop civilization and cities is incorrect. Humans originally developed civilization and farming from the beginning with Adam and after the Flood and the Tower of Babel incident man spread out around the world but settled down relatively quickly and developed advanced cultures within a few centuries, as seen with Mesopotamia, India, China, Egypt, and Crete all emerging within a few centuries after the Flood. Man did not live as primitive cavemen for hundreds of thousands of years and gradually evolve the ability and desire to produce civilization. Rather, the development of civilization occurred much quicker than believed by the mainstream academia. God did not create people as "animals" that gradually became humanized. God created humans as humans with the desire and need to be a part of civilization and have relationships not only with each other but also with God. The desire to worship God in groups is likely one of the main reasons civilization developed and developed quickly, in addition to the need for food. Realizing that living among an agricultural community was an easier way to live than hunting and gathering did not take long, certainly not 100,000 years. These phony timescales perpetuate the false interpretation of the history of mankind. The true history of mankind involved God creating man on the sixth day of creation week 6,000 years ago fully formed and having all of the abilities of man today. Man was fully capable of developing agriculture very quickly in reference to Adam, as God taught him how to farm, while the post-Flood cultures already knew about agriculture as they had been farming for some 1,600 years. Therefore, the time frame of establishing agricultural communities was very short within a few years after the Flood.