Every part of an irreducibly complex system is necessary

Every part of an irreducibly complex system is necessary

Natural selection is the process that causes living organisms to adapt and change over time. Darwin came up with this theory over 150 years ago. The problem is that no natural law can originate information. Darwinism states that resources are limited in nature;...
Life on earth evolved out of primeval slime is a fairy tale.

Life on earth evolved out of primeval slime is a fairy tale.

Randomness can’t even build a bobsled—ditto for natural selection. Time, matter, and chance can’t make a single living cell. Unguided randomness will always result in devolution and degradation. Randomness would also result in the rapid loss of genetic...
Life that arises from an unguided, blind process can’t happen

Life that arises from an unguided, blind process can’t happen

If something is working, it didn’t happen accidentally. Randomness can’t even build a bobsled—ditto for natural selection. Mechanical secular philosophy has more than a few spurious assumptions.  The mechanism is often contrasted with teleological...

If something is working, it didn’t happen accidentally.

  Scientists called it “junk DNA” for decades because they were clueless. Now they know that  80 percent of the genome is transcribed in protein codes. The complexity of the activities in the nucleus of a cell is incredible. A cell nucleus is a...