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If someone presents a model for explaining the origin of life, but he cannot say where the creative information characteristic of all life-forms came from, the crucial question remains unanswered.
There is an extreme multiplicity of life-forms around us, and even a simple unicellular organism is much more complex and purposefully designed than anything that human inventiveness can produce.
What is the reason that such a system can function?
Stephen W. Hawking, identifies the ultimate question behind everything. 'Today we still yearn to know why we are here and where we came from.'
The cells of the human body can produce at least 100,000 different types of proteins, all with a unique function. The information to make each of these complicated molecular machines is stored on the well-known molecule, DNA.
For decades, speculation about extraterrestrial life has been boosted by tales of flying saucers and encounters with aliens.
People have always been fascinated by the stars and many have tried to count them.
A rigorous analysis of the characteristics of information demonstrates that living things intrinsically reflect both the mind and will of their Creator.
In this system God is not the omnipotent Lord of all things, whose Word has to be taken seriously by all men, but He is integrated into the evolutionary philosophy.
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