The Odds of a Cell Forming Randomly by Chance Alone

Mark Goodnight walks us through a portion of Stephen Meyer’s book, Signature in the Cell. Pulling from Dr. Meyer and Dr. Douglas Axe, Mark shows the virtual impossibility of a cell forming by chance, or random processes. Design is unavoidable.

The Odds of a Cell Forming Randomly by Chance Alone

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Published by Haden Clark

Husband / Dog Dad / B.A. Business Administration / M.A. Theological Studies / M.B.A. Finance

2 thoughts on “The Odds of a Cell Forming Randomly by Chance Alone

  1. I don’t always follow what is involved with assigning the probabilities. But there are a few points I would make on this with a naturalist who believes in evolution. Evolution of the traditional Darwinian variety typically claims that all current life was the product of one source. Now if we thought dna life could be easily created over an over again then we would have reason to doubt that. I mean if we thought it was no big deal that dna life could come into being then why deny it happened multiple times? But the fact that we tend to think all life arose from the same source that sort of proves that we have to put a pretty small likelihood on it happening to begin with.

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