The Two Humanities A New Perspective
From the beginning of time, there have been two humanities that worship. Those who worship the true God and those who worshiped false Gods; those that believe God and those that do not. This view of a divided humanity raises a number of questions. One of them is, when did this great divide take place and was it ever deepened by happenstance, or by God’s action?
For a long time biblical, scholars have believed that there were two creation stories in the book of Genesis. I personally looked upon Genesis chapter one, more less as a general account recording the creation of the physical universe which included man. Genesis’s chapter two offers a more detailed description of the creation of humanity.
However, recently I began to think that Genesis one and two may have clues that point to some interesting ideas. For instance, could it be saying that they were two creations? One humankind being for a general or broader humanity and one for a specific humanity. To employ scientific terminology, could there have been two species of humanity created? One that had a special place to live and special relationship to the creator? In other words, one was more human and more God-like than the former, maybe one that was endowed with God’s spirit?
If you recall the story, when Cain killed Abel he was ejected from the presence of the Lord and it says that he went out and he took a wife and built a city. This raises a number of questions. One being who did he marry, and another being where did the people come from, for him to build a city?
As we move along in the story, we are told in the sixth chapter of Genesis, “When human beings began to increase in number on the earth and daughters were born to them, the sons of God saw that the daughters of humans were beautiful, and they married any of them they chose. Then the Lord said, ‘My Spirit will not contend with humans forever, for they are mortal; their days will be a hundred and twenty years.’ The Nephilim were on the earth in those days—and also afterward—when the sons of God went to the daughters of humans and had children by them. They were the heroes of old, men of renown.” (Genesis 6:1-4).
What are some of the things that might be inferred from this section of scripture? One, there was were two humanities one seemingly superior to the other. The two inter-married and produced a third race. We can also infer that the mixture of the races resulted in a shorter lifespan for all the descendants of both races. From the reaction of the deity, we could also assume that he was not pleased with this mixture of humanity.
Are there any benefits to viewing humanity this way? It would help explain the numbers of people that are reported existing in the world during the time of Cain and Abel. It also explains the large numbers of humanity present at the time of the flood of Noah. It would also offer an explanation for the decrease in the life expectancy of humanity.
It also would answer the problem of death being in the world before the fall of man. In this view, death was outside the garden and life was inside of it, or in relationship with God. When Adam sinned, he brought sin and death into his world and because of his lost relationship with God, he became like those outside the relationship ruled by the law of sin and death. Immediately after his sin, we see sin and death at work in the story of Cain and Abel. The god species lost its protective place with God. It is here in the story that we find another clue. Cain leaves the presence of the Lord, goes out and marries and builds a city. Who did he marry? Well, there are only two possibilities, he married his sister, or he married outside of the god species. You could say he interbred with another species. We used to think that mating between species was impossible or never happened. However, new evidence seems to be pointing to the fact that Homo sapiens did mate with other species of humanity. So some in the scientific community referred to this species as the ghost species.
 This whole article is based on speculation. The Bible is very vague about the history of the earth and the earth erases its history. Therefore, it is impossible to know exactly the history of mankind. Science as we know it today is as vague as the Bible. If you want to study a book on our depth of knowledge of the earth’s history read Henry Gee’s book “Deep Time”.
 This account might explain the source of the legends of Greek heroes being the sons of God.
 If you are interested in the studies which talk about humans having intercourse with sub-humans and if you want to know more about what scientists call the ghost species simply Google the subject.