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How easy is this and does it happen naturally? It turns out that this is not an easy process. There are large hurdles that evolutionary processes must overcome in order to build a biological protein.
Protein molecules contain very specific arrangements of amino acids. Even one missing or incorrect amino acid can lead to problems with the protein's function.
Read the whole article to consider other reasons why random chance events, natural selection, and billions of years are insufficient to account for the universe and all life forms.
Evolution: Not a Chance
Using practical illustrations, popular scientist Dr. David Menton captivates viewers with fascinating illusions as he explains that evolution doesn't stand a chance when compared to the truth of science, and most importantly, God's Word.
Comb Jelly Genome Mystery Generates Confusion: Jelly genome shakes the evolutionary tree of life to its roots.
Genetic Roots of Tooth Enamel Reveal Distinctive Design: Do the genetic roots of primate tooth enamel track humanity's evolutionary roots?
Did Little Wasps Evolve Big Eyes to Recognize Their Friends? Evolution: Not just for survival anymore!
This Week . . .
The Flood—Big Picture,
Pray for our speakers as they travel across the country and throughout the world to equip the church to defend their faith.