More Archaeological Thrills on Potbelly Hill

A few years ago, we looked at how Potbelly Hill (the Turkish name of Göbekli Tepe probably sounds more interesting) was mostly ignored by archaeologists until Klaus Schmidt noticed some interesting things. This site has become even more interesting lately.

Since evolutionists presume that ancient humans were stupid, they are constantly surprised by the intelligence utilized at places like Göbekli Tepe.
Göbekli Tepe image credit: Flickr / tonynetone (CC BY 2.0)

Remember, believers in universal common ancestor evolution cannot accept the biblical narrative that people were created to be intelligent from the get-go, so ancient sites and artifacts continually surprise them because evolution. This site is much older than the fascinating Stonehenge, and there are mathematical principles at work that "primitive" people "shouldn't" know. Once again, archaeology supports the Bible. The indications are there that post-Flood people designed this location instead of just haphazardly building things.

Since its discovery in 1995 in south eastern Turkey, the Göbekli Tepe complex has been a hotbed of archaeological activity. It is one of the oldest architectural sites in the world and its complexity and obvious evidence of planning and foresight is a direct challenge to evolutionary ideas of early man. . . .

. . . Thus, on the one hand, the evolutionists are puzzled how a group of loosely confederated people, who could barely feed themselves let alone an army or workmen, found enough surplus time and foodstuffs to build a monumental complex. On the other hand, the Bible says people were always smart and industrious and we would expect civilization to be rebuilt quite quickly after the Flood.

To read the entire article and see some interesting graphics as well, see "Göbekli Tepe shows evidence of geometric planning". Also, this short video is interesting, aside from the deep-time evolutionary assumptions: