Complex Biological Living Things in This World May Have Existed for Billions of Years, but to Simply Explain them Away as a Result of Evolution Doesn’t Do them Justice

Charles B. Thaxton, PhD in Chemistry and Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard University agrees:

Isn’t this the real battleground in the recent debates regarding the origin of our universe and the origin of life? What if we all shed our prior preconceptions and logically examined our organic world according to the same rules of reason that we apply to most everything else? Maybe we would all start to see things a little differently.

There are Parts of the Human Body, as well as Parts of Animals, that are so Complex that it’s Basically a Miracle How They Came to Be as they are Now

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