Theory of a Common Language.

In a recent Washington Post article, one linguist named Mark Pagel (although an evolutionist) expressed the possibility that there may be a common language which has been preserved through the world languages we know today. There are “200 words that linguists know to be the core vocabulary of all languages” which are seen through eight of the world’s major languages. Although just a theory, this could shed light on the original language spoken before the time of Babel when God dispersed the languages (Gen. 11).


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