Chapter Two, Page 15
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time because God wanted man to have the feeling of power and speed when he rode the horse. The horse was also going to pull plows and wagons. The horse would become the pride of man. Godís plan was to give man dominion over the animals but he wanted to make the animalsí intelligence as close to manís as possible and still give man the advantage since man was not equipped with large teeth or claws for defense. Therefore he gave personalities to dogs, cats, stock and birds to be compatible with man. Everyone has seen dogs or cats aggravate each other just for entertainment, or watched a mocking bird pick on a cat until the cat finally seeks refuge under a car. These things were done for manís entertainment.
God designed the grazing animals with a long snout so that they could eat and still look for danger. In addition he installed large muscles at the top of the leg to increase their speed when running from danger. Another defense for the grazing animals were horns and God experimented with a great many styles and locations. God placed horns on the skull from the back of the head to the tip of the nose. God kept all creatures and man compatible. From his first creature to his last creature God made the flesh edible for man. From oyster, clams, fish, reptiles, insects, whales, and cattle, they are all food. To provide additional varieties, He also gave grasses, vegetables, fruits, nuts and milk. He wanted man to have a good life while on earth.
About this time, God developed the gnawing animals that are now rodents. Some of his experiments