Science

Scientific principles such as thermodynamics, mathematics, and logic confirm that life comes from life. We also see practically that living plants come from living plants, amoebas come from living amoebas, dogs come from dogs, and human beings come from other living human beings. We don't see living entities coming from nonliving matter.

Yet many still cling to the theory that life comes from matter. We don't see anything inherently more scientific about believing such a theory without being willing to examine the substantial evidence that the world and everything in it arises not blindly but according to higher intelligence.

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