Since you failed to respond to my E-mail of May 26, I wonder if you
will have the courage to comment on the following:The theory of
evolution is not without its problems. One scientist says this about
life starting on its own: Amino acids would have to be arranged in an
exact sequence to form a protein . . . just like the letters in a
sentence. Mere laws of chemistry and physics cannot do that. The
probability of a protein forming by chance would be 10 to the power of
64 to1". Many people assume the theory of evolution to be true.
But can it be scientifically proven? Something is considered
scientifically true only if it can be repeatedly verified under
laboratory conditions. The claim that life sprang up on its own out
of a long impersonal process cannot pass this test of truth. That is
why evolution remains only a theory. So if you're tempted to doubt the
Genesis account of the creation story, consider the alternative. The
odds against even a simple protein creating itself are astronomical.
How much more reasonable to believe God and His word: "By faith we
understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that the
things which are seen were not made of things which are visible."
(Hebrews 11:3). Isn't it more reasonable to believe that God designed
and created the universe? (Genesis 1:1). I really cannot perceive of
anyone nearing his death not even at the last minute of life, placing
themselves in the hand of Jesus Christ. You have got nothing to lose,
but everything to gain. Am looking forward to even a short response
to the above.