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Originally published in Creation 13(4):35, September 1991
Overview of a recent Scientific American article on the origin of life. Do they then consider that the supernatural or miraculous (that is, creation) could have been involved?
A recent Scientific American summary article on the origin of life admits that:
Do they then consider that the supernatural or miraculous (that is, creation) could have been involved? Not at all, says Stanley Miller. ‘I think we just haven’t learnt the right tricks yet.’
John Horgan, ‘Trends in Evolution: In the Beginning…’, Scientific American, February 1991, p. 100-109.
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