I posit to you that all the evidence points, in an obvious and inextricable way, to a supernatural explanation for the origin of life. If there are no known naturalistic explanations and the likelihood that "chance" played any role is wildly minute, then it is a perfectly reasonable position to take that a conscious super-intelligence (that some of us call God) was the architect of life on this planet. Everyone agrees to the appearance of design. It is illogical to assume its non-design in the absence of evidence to the contrary.What's the argument here? Do you think it's a good argument?
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
[PHI 3000] God and the Origin of Life
Here's a quote from a piece by Rabbi Adam Jacobs, which appeared here: