How did life begin


Before any serious dialogue of deity can be entertained, the subjects of spontaneous generation and evolution must first be addressed. This is one of the more inflammatory topics of discussion, especially coming from a creation point of view.  In order to gain as much credibility as possible and so you can understand why I feel the way I do, I will use words spoken by evolutionists.   


 To illustrate how difficult spontaneous generation is, I would like to quote evolutionist Richard Dawkins from his award winning best seller The Blind Watchmaker.

"Measuring the statistical improbability of a suggestion is the right way to go about assessing its believability."  

"The basic idea of The Blind Watchmaker is that we don't need to postulate a designer in order to understand life."

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