2 April 2004 

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Q: Life in a test tube—would this prove evolution?

A: First of all, we need to realize that scientists have never made life in a test—and probably never will.

Quotable quote:

‘Considering the way the prebiotic soup is referred to in so many discussions of the origin of life as an already established reality, it comes as something of a shock to realize that there is absolutely no positive evidence for its existence.’

– Molecular biologist Dr Michael Denton in Evolution: A Theory in Crisis, Adler & Adler, Publishers, Inc. USA, p. 261, 1985.

But in public school textbooks, students are shown experiments where scientists have been trying to create what they believe were conditions on Earth millions of years ago. Then they try to see if they could make life from chemicals.

But what are they really doing? They are using their intelligence to design experiments and complicated pieces of equipment, trying to make life to prove that it all happened by chance! Students can see how illogical this is. The scientists aren’t using chance—but their intelligence!

Because all of these experiments have failed, some scientists have stated that life didn’t evolve on Earth after all. They believe that it must have evolved somewhere in outer space—and then arrived on Earth! Then they think they have solved the problem about the origin of life—but they have just pushed the problem further out into space!

These scientists could save millions of dollars if only they would read the greatest Book of all time—the Bible, starting with Genesis—which has all the answers we need.

This week on www.AnswersInGenesis.org …

27 March: Eighth graders and the Grand Canyon controversy
29 March:
Operation: Refuting Compromise: Noah’s Flood and the Gilgamesh Epic
30 March: Evangelistic ‘Olympics’ website launched!
31 March: Ice cores vs the Flood
1 April: Refuting Evolution 2 chapter 8: Argument: The fossil record supports evolution
2 April: Dating conflicts?


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 Upcoming AiG Events       

Pray for the following 2004 Bible-upholding meetings & conferences, including the speaker and those involved in the planning.

2–4 April
3–4 April
Wheat Ridge (Denver), CO
Dr David Menton, Ken Ham, Buddy Davis

16–17 April
Corbin, KY
Dr David Menton, Ken Ham, Buddy Davis, Stacia McKeever

16 April
Hendersonville, TN
Dr Terry Mortenson

16–18 April
Henderson, NV
Carl Kerby

18 April
Nashville, TN
Dr Terry Mortenson

18–19 April
Golden Valley, Minnesota
Brandon Vallorani

23 April
Cincinnati, Ohio
Dr Terry Mortenson

25 April
Georgetown, Kentucky
Dr Terry Mortenson

30 April–1 May
Rochester, New York
Ken Ham

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