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This book, Origin of Humankind, is the fifth in The Explanation Series. The following books are available online as blog posts. Certain books are also available at Amazon, search for Sam Kneller. These books are also available through all your favorite vendors.

  1. Inventory of the Universe
  2. Audit of the Universe
  3. Audit of Humankind
  4. Origin of the Universe (Commentary on Genesis 1)
  5. Origin of Humankind (Commentary on Genesis 1:26–2:7)
  6. Origin of Woman (Commentary on Genesis 2:8–25)
  7. Agony of Humankind (Commentary on Genesis 3)

Bible tools to accompany the Origin (Commentary on Genesis) books are available at Below is a list of the entire content of Origin of Humankind with links to each section on this website.

Here are a couple of items the author would like you to know about: Sam’s Note 1: My life – a Sliver from Sam’s Personal Notes – What’s behind the Books Sam’s Note 2: Sam Would Like You to Know: About Proselytism and Contributions. To understand why we are using the Bible, Biblical Hebrew and the particular approach to Theology, read the first chapters of Origin of the Universe.

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Preface to Origin of Humankind

1. Creation of Human Beings

2. Why Create Humankind?

3. Creation of Man and the Role of Neshama

4. God’s Spirit and Human spirit

5. Mind and the Theory of Everything


Genesis 2:7, in one verse, introduces us to the human presence on Earth. In this verse, the term ‘man’ (adam) is used in a generic sense. Yes, God created a masculine human being, but beyond that, and more importantly, He created the first human. From a modern archaeological, paleontology, and prehistoric this is a primary benchmark. Why can The Explanation affirm this? Because of neshama that God breathed into the first man. Hence the emphasis on this subject in Origin of Humankind.

But, the story moves on and the rest of Genesis 2 is devoted to two subjects, the Garden of Eden and the Creation of Woman. Key topics to establish the foundation of knowledge and understanding of God’s Plan. What male, in his right mind, on seeing a beautiful woman would declare, “bone of my bone, flesh of my flesh”? Unlikely, yet the man did. Why? The Explanation will answer that question and reveal the meaning behind so many of the other strange details.

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