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Origin of life (1998)


How did life begin?

Evolutionists say it all began spontaneously with the big bang—a cosmic explosion. But explosions cause chaos and lack of order—not the perfectly arranged molecules that support life.

The Second Law of Thermodynamics, states that in a closed system order deteriorates with the passage of time.

Throughout the universe, we find systems that are deteriorating but we don’t find any systems becoming more orderly or complex by means of mindless natural processes.

Darwinian Evolution attempts to explain the origin of diverse species, but does not attempt to explain the formation of the planets and stars.

The Earth, solar system, and universe are finely tuned to make life possible.

This points to a master designer behind it all.


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