|2010 A.D.: The Accidental Building of a Car|
|Written by Dan Curry|
|Sunday, 12 December 2010|
2010 A.D.: The Chances of a Car Building Itself Accidentally
Just a thought to ponder in an age where scientists (professors in the various scientific fields, writing children's text books) are still forcing children to learn from textbooks that claim that belief in Jesus and God is a mythology, among several available on Earth for those who can't accept evolution:
We have now been able to peer far enough into cells to see that they are astoundingly made. When you take into account not just the 40 some parts (is it still 40?) that are in the simplest cells, but also the synthesis of their constitutional proteins and the expertise/knowledge required to produce that protein synthesizing machinery also, prior to building the proteins, which then need to be assembled into a cell, we can see that building even one cell capable of both living and reproducing itself is much harder than manufacturing the parts of a car and then putting them together.
In fact, the complexity of producing and assembling the required parts of a cell dwarfs the difficulty of producing all of the car parts and then assembling the car. It absolutely dwarfs it.
So, let's imagine in our mind that an ancient fully manufactured and assembled car was found sitting in the desert on planet Mars. They might, if they chose, use that to suggest that the creation account in the Bible was a myth, or at least partly so.
Can you imagine the scorn for our intelligence that they would feel if we tried to avoid the situation by claiming that the car might have accidentally and naturally assembled itself, through a natural accretion of nearby materials over the course of time? If we told them that maybe it had formed naturally, so it's discovery didn't require us to rethink our Christian beliefs?
Yet it's perfectly true that even the simplest cells we know of require much more in the way of fabrication to function and reproduce. There may be only 40 some parts in the simplest cells, but each part is a machine of sorts, composed of additional features. And a steering wheel doesn't have to replace itself. A tire doesn't have to change itself. But a cell has to do it's own repairs, even as it tries to survive.
Scientists should not be allowed to write text books for our children until they agree to quit pushing their lies about the source of the Creation. It was not random chance. Not even close. God with Jesus beside Him as He worked, Jesus the firstfruits, produced of God Himself, in God's own chosen manner of giving birth. It's not a myth. It's a wonder. And it's parts, while not all fully explained, all fit.
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