Jase’s Devo part-4 (DNA)


jaseduckman


Published on 31 December 2018


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Allan Burden 2 weeks ago

Great devotion in the glory of God's grandest cathedral. Thank you for sharing with us

Higbee 2 weeks ago

Thanks Jase for the mix of devotions and hunting moments. For 53 years I have hunted ducks and every sunrise in the duck blind raises the glory of God and the beauty of his works into my soul!!

Ben Butler 2 weeks ago

Hey Jase, thanks for the good words! I think you would really appreciate presuppositional apologetics. It's a awesome way to defend and proclaim our faith. Answers in Genesis with Ken Ham is one group that employs it very well.

Kyle 1 week ago

Here’s my argument for evolution vs creation... what sounds more believable 1: Single cell organisms came from amino acids forming mycelles in a primordial broth that just so happened to create a cell where if one part is missing the cell doesn’t function... so it would have to go from nutrient broth forming lifeless globules to single cells organisms with various structures beautifully working together not just in harmony, but in a coordinated effort to drive the metabolic and reproductive processes in the cell just by chance or intelligent creation occurred at some point and at MANY steps along the way if you are applying this logic to the theory of evolution... 2: How could you go from being a single celled organism to a multicellular organism like a fish when the first cell to mutate from a self dependent cell to a specialized cell would lack the facilities to support its self. plus it has no environmental advantage to specialize into a liver cell or a blood cell when it doesn't have other organs working support it or for it to support. So you would have to go from single celled organism like a protazoa to a multi cellular organism like a fish all in one, dare I say coordinated, effort to come together and then what magically another fish happens to be there to fertilize it's eggs and reproduce? 3: How did our hands evolve? Because last I checked it required all the neural pathways to connect nerves in the hand to your brain to send signals to your muscles to pull on the ligaments to pull on the bones to say grasp a frog. How would suppose we evolved to have hands, it just all fell into place? If you believe that we evolved from microscopic globes of lifeless lipids and amino acids into complex intelligent organisms then I got a transatlantic bridge to sell you.

Kyle 1 week ago

(Note: there is no way to edit or delete a comment on the comment or send as far as I can tell) Here’s my argument for evolution vs creation... what sounds more believable 1: Single cell organisms came from amino acids forming mycelles in a primordial broth that just so happened to create a cell where if one part is missing the cell doesn’t function... so it would have to go from nutrient broth forming lifeless globules to single celled organisms with various complex internal structures beautifully working together not just in harmony, but in a coordinated effort to drive the metabolic and reproductive processes in the cell just by chance or intelligent creation occurred at some point (and at MANY steps along the way if you are only applying this logic to the theory of evolution)... 2: How could you go from being a single celled organism to a multicellular organism like a fish when the first cell to mutate from a self dependent cell to a specialized cell would lack the facilities to support its self. Plus it has no environmental advantage to specialize into a liver cell or a blood cell when it doesn't have other organs working support it or for it to support. So you would have to go from single celled organism like a protazoa to a multi cellular organism like a fish all in one, dare I say coordinated, effort to come together and then what magically another fish happens to be there to fertilize it's eggs and reproduce? 3: How did our hands evolve? Because last I checked it required all the neural pathways to connect nerves in the hand to your brain to send signals to your muscles to pull on the ligaments to pull on the bones to say grasp a frog or a lobster. How would suppose we evolved to have hands, did it just all fall into place? If you believe that we evolved from microscopic globules of lifeless lipids and amino acids into complex intelligent organisms then I got a transatlantic bridge to sell you.