A quick and simple question. Since people boast of the evolution of all that is, apart from God of course, one may want to consider the stifling predicament of a wrong answer.
When did the human baby ‘evolve’ to the point that they did not need parents lest they be chewed up by wolves?
Ah but you say this is a stupid or myopic question. Really? If the life of a human is still as we know it, dependant on ANOTHER already grown and mature adult, how does a baby even begin to survive without someone to care for it?
To the point further. If the so-called evolution of human life had a beginning, who cared for the first human child on day one? Oh wait, babies grew like a crop of tomatoes, needing no one to care for them. Some made it through harvest, others did not. Heck, they evolved to where the strongest baby fought off all rodents… Uh huh, sure, and ground hogs build nests in trees.
Hint: without the law of absolutes to rely on, any answer apart from truth will be plain guesswork, chewed up and spit out, in the most mannerly way of fine dining mind you.
Once more: who cared for the first baby? Don’t you dare mention Darwin, Einstein, Frankenstein, Nye, Tyson, fossils, or random piles of goo, poo, or ape glue.
And I certainly can’t leave you without words far better than mine:
With the pure thou wilt show thyself pure; and with the froward thou wilt show thyself froward.
He careth for you.