The deepest roots of creation myths must necessarily reside in primitive shamanism, and in that regard "my contribution" is entirely relevant since the original writings of Genesis are not only unavailable, but are almost certainly evolved from language(s) predating Akkadian (Enuma Elish).(Please spare me the irrational apologetic fideism.)<quoted text>
The specific topic under consideration was original writings which became part of the Bible, not the beginnings of writing. So your contribution was not relevant.
As much as it might be a somewhat interesting exercise in abstraction/distraction, does anyone (besides KAB and Marky) honestly consider lay interpretations across at least four distinct and separate language families of snatched words and phrases from stories that have absolutely no bearing on the evidenced origin of humans to be relevant to "facts in evolution debate?" o.O