|2011 A.D.: A Cell Testifies With Certainty Of A Creator|
|Written by Dan Curry|
|Sunday, 29 May 2011|
2011 A.D.: Try Hypothesizing Upon How A Cell Might Be Formed Without A Designer!?! Good Luck!
***Update: A large multilateral scientific study called Encode, initiated by the Human Genome Research Institute in 2003, has been working away, focused on trying to discover the function of each part of the human genome sequence. It recently made an announcement. It has now concluded that most of what science has been referring to a s 'Junk DNA' is not junk at all, but contains important switches that enable or turn off other portions of the gene sequence. For years science taught that there was 'junk' left over from previous stages of the various organism's evolution as a species - this 'junk' was supposed to constitute about 80% of the information in our DNA sequence. But hey...turns out they were just guessing...just making up stuff that helped prop up their sagging 'evolution' theory again. Yet still they teach evolution to your kids, marching their little sincere teacher-trusting souls towards the open maw of Hell, so to speak....turning them into disbelievers in Jesus at an early and impressionable age.
And as for the rest of the 'junk'? We can pretty well guess that they will find that it has a function too. Thanks to the S8INT website for posting about this important recent indictment against the ever crumbling effort to have 'evolution' replace God as our Creator. ***
But, about the cell! I will make this account brief. It's logic either speaks for itself or doesn't using only a few paragraphs.
Evolution cannot have created a creature anywhere at any time if it was not capable of creating a cell. Most creatures are composed of cells! Somewhere along the line, and probably way back at the beginning, all creature production would have come to a stand still if the problem of creating a cell had not been overcome. It is generally taught and believed by those espousing evolution that 'single celled' life forms preceded 'multiple cell' life forms. So, here is the question:
Could Random Chance ever have created a 'single cell' that lived and functioned?
I say that there is not the smallest chance, and so do many who are far more expert in the field. Before you disagree, look at the requirements!
The largest of cells, according to some sources, are about 1/10th of a millimeter rough spheres. That's the really big ones. Most are significantly smaller than 1/10th of a milimeter. For reference, an inch is 2.54 cm, so 25.4 millimeters. That means that 1/32th of an inch is slightly smaller than 1 mm. So, you could put around 8 of the body's largest cells end to end and that would be around 1/32 of an inch.
Cells are composed of many parts, and most of the parts are necessary for the function of a cell. So, a cell that is magically created out of thin air with half of the necessary parts may as well have not been created at all. It's just going to die right away. Not to mention...how was it magically created with even 1/2 of it's complex little parts? How did any accidental process create complicated parts that are so small, and yet which fit together and serve their functions, working as a 'team' of sorts to make the cell functional.
The second problem....the individual parts inside of a cell are not homogenous blobs as just mentioned, they are amazing little machines. So, when Random Chance created the first cell, he had to make all of it's very complicated inner parts, and he had to set them together inside of the skin of the cell just as they needed to be. Then he had to fill the left over space inside of the cell with cytoplasm, which has it's own chemistry. Those cell parts had to also be connected to each other in just the way that they needed to be, and they all needed to be there - all cell parts have an important function. All of this assembly work occurred inside of a space about the size of the period at the end of a sentence, or smaller! No hands or tools assisted. Random Chance, the great absentee genius of Science, did it all without plans or a brain or tools or prepared materials or a chance to beta-test his prototypes - so says science.
Or, maybe 1 or 2 parts could be missing and the cell could limp along, but that means that there are still a couple of dozen parts that must be inside the cell and functioning. So, how could Random Chance (a fancy word for nobody at all, just faceless, brainless, armless, handless, legless, footless accidental occurrence)....how could this Random Chance have conceived of the parts, gathered materials for the parts, carefully manufactured these highly specialized parts, assembled the parts, and kick-started the machinery so that it sprang to life and started doing cell stuff? Everyone from any walk of life - no matter what your occupation - knows enough about building or assembling or designing to know that no designer, no plans, no tools, and no materials means no finished product. You simply don't need a Master's or a Doctoral Degree to get this. It's all lies. The first cell was CREATED by some Being of Masterful Intelligence and Immeasurable Powers and Abilities.
This hypothetical first cell also had to have all of the machinery in place for successful mitosis (cell reproduction)! Cell reproduction is pretty complex stuff! Are we truly going to pretend that this sort of complexity can be coordinated, through the many necessary sequential steps of the process of cell reproduction, by nothing and no one? 'Nothing' wouldn't care if there was a cell or not! 'No one' wouldn't be there to even try to build it. If 'he' was there, 'he' couldn't build it anyway! 'He' needs a plan. Plans come from 'somebody'. These particular plans came from God Almighty. God Almighty is not Random Chance.
And so, the question we are really asking is this: How long would it take 'nobody' to get an urge to build 'something' (in this case, a 'cell') out of 'nothing' when 'nobody' isn't really 'anyone' anyway, and furthermore lacks a plan and hands and fingers and a brain? If 'no one' has no body parts of his own (due to not existing) isn't it problematic for him to assemble the parts that he can neither conceive of (no brain) nor manufacture (no brain, no hands, no machinist tools) nor program to reproduce (no brain, no hands, no computers, no programming skills)?
Evolution, you don't exist, but I still admire you in a way. You have totally punked our best and brightest into believing in you for about 150 years, and they cannot, without great loss of face, admit to their foolishness and their offence against the God who made them and all other creatures and gave them life. Evolution, you have done a great thing; you have showed us, yet again, that man is unceasingly wicked and disobedient, and has no business trying to govern himself, as he always becomes foolish and misled when trying to. Evolution...will you offer yourself as a sacrifice and a substitute for all of those that you guide into the flames of hell? I think you will not.....you do not exist.
I personally believe that realizing how many great deeds of God have actually occurred through out history will lead some people to be saved giving their life to Christ. If you agree, then please, take the time to be a 'missionary', to love your neighbor enough to care about their soul. Please mention and recommend visiting the Deeds of God website on any social media sites that you belong to. Tell a favorite account to your friends or family, and tell them where you read it. To know God is to stand in awe of Him, but too few people know Him today. Accounts like these are yet another way to come to know Jesus and the Holy Father, and the Spirit of Truth that helps us understand. Thank you. Dan Curry
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