I recently saw a very interesting news report that relates directly to the creation-evolution debate, so I think it would be good to discuss here. In summary, scientists found a skeleton and tested it's DNA; discovering that it had both a neanderthal and a denovisian parent (two early human "subspecies"). Here is a link to the news report: https://www.cbsnews.com/video/dna-test-of-90000-year-old-bone-reveals-human-hybrid/ When I saw that story, I was reminded of an article I had read in an Answers In Genesis book about how there has only ever been one race of human: human. The story above seemed like a perfect example of that, that humans did not evolve but were created with diversity. One thing I am wondering is, why are neanderthals and denovisians classified differently? I am looking forward to hearing your thoughts on this report!