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The Failure of Evolutionary Scenarios on the Origin of Life

Posted in Creation Vs Evolution

THE REASON Hoyle used the term “psychological is the self-conditioning of evolutionists not to accept that life could have been created.” These people have determined the rejection of God’s existence as their main target. For this reason alone, they go on defending unreasonable scenarios, which they also acknowledge to be impossible.

The theory of evolution faces no greater crisis than on the point of explaining the emergence of life. The reason is that organic molecules are so complex that their origin cannot possibly be explained as being coincidental and it is manifestly impossible for an organic cell to have been formed by chance. Evolutionists confronted the question of the origin of life in the second quarter of the 20th century. One of the leading authorities on the theory of molecular evolution, the Russian evolutionist Alexander I. Oparin, said this in his book The Origin of Life, which was published in 1936: “Unfortunately, the origin of the cell remains a question, which is actually the darkest point of the complete evolution theory.”

Since Oparin, evolutionists have performed countless experiments, conducted research, and made observations to prove that a cell could have been formed by chance. However, every such attempt only made clearer the complex design of the cell and thus refuted the evolutionists’ hypotheses even more. Stanley Millers experiment of 1953 was once regarded as an evidence for evolution in the molecular level, but after the 1970s, the Miller experiment and similar evolutionary studies lost all their credibility due to the findings about the early atmosphere. It was discovered that the early atmosphere was very unsupportive of the formation of organic molecules.

In a 1988 article, Professor Klaus Dose, the president of the Institute of Biochemistry at the University of Johannes Gutenberg, stated: “More than 30 years of experimentation on the origin of life in the fields of chemical and molecular evolution have led to a better perception of the immensity of the problem of the origin of life on Earth rather than to its solution. At present all discussions on principal theories and experiments in the field either end in stalemate or in a confession of ignorance.”

In a 1998 article, a statement came from the renowned evolutionary geochemist Jeffrey Bada of the San Diego Scripps Institute, which summarized the Darwinist failure on the origin of life: “Today as we enter the 21st century, we still face the biggest unsolved problem that we had when we entered the twentieth century: How did life originate on Earth?”

What evolutionists are trying to do is to display that life can randomly arise from non-living matter. But all experiments and research indicate that this cannot happen. Evolutionist biologist Andrew Scott admits the same fact: “Take some matter, heat while stirring and wait. That is the modern version of Genesis. The ‘fundamental’ forces of gravity, electromagnetism and the strong and weak nuclear forces are presumed to have done the rest... But how much of this neat tale is firmly established, and how much remains hopeful speculation? In truth, the mechanism of almost every major step, from chemical precursors up to the first recognizable cells, is the subject of either controversy or complete bewilderment.” In fact, all studies in the subject point to the same law: Life only comes from life. This simply means that the first life on Earth has been originated by God.

 

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