As far as I know, there was no way to type blood prior to the early 20th century, around 1909.
So I don’t see how anyone can say that certain blood types existed or didn’t exist before 1909. There would have been no way to type people.
Please keep in mind that any evolutionary explanations of anything, including blood types, are purely theoretical. Even though many scientists accept evolution as fact, the truth is, it is still only a theory.
Since no one was there when it happened, no one can say with certainty how evolution occured or if evolution actually did occur. Therefore, evolutionists can only theorize, basing their theories on the small amounts of information left in fossil records and other natural data. (There are other theories besides evolution that explain the fossil records and data.)
From what I’ve seen of the theories of blood type evolution, it is all pure theory. There is no proof. Since there was no way to type blood back then, there is no way to know for certain what blood types existed and how they became distributed throughout the world.
Thank you for the explanation of “Miracles of blood.” I guess I would be hesitant to try to apply the scientific to the supernatural.
When God performs a miracle, He breaks natural laws. For example, when Jesus rose from the dead, He broke many natural laws. His Body was DEAD, killed, in the tomb. It shouldn’t have ever come back alive again, at least, according to science and natural laws.
But He did rise again, in defiance of natural law. A scientist cannot explain it and cannot replicate it by performing an “experiment.” It’s a miracle, not a natural phenomenom. It can be explained only through faith in God, not analyzed by scientific methods.
I think it is possible that God could suspend the natural laws that govern the science of blood typing whenever a “miracle of blood” occurs. What I’m saying is that if the blood type of a miracle flow is A in one instance, and AB the next instance, I don’t think that negates the miracle. It just proves that God’s ways are not natural ways, and that miracles transcend natural laws.