Answers to frequent questions about anthropology, or how humanity got here.
So, to begin:
The word anthropology comes from the Greek word anthropos, meaning "man," and the Greek word Logos, which means "word" and the "principle governing the cosmos," or God. Thus, real anthropology is the study and knowledge of the relationship of man and the Divine. Specifically, anthropology is the knowledge of how man was created, evolved, and changed.
"The greatest joy for the Gnostic is to celebrate the discovery of some of his defects."