" old and to present a portion of the evidence that points to a much younger age and show why the facts of Science demonstrate that a Creator must have been intimately involved with the creation of Life on this planet.
Although many believe this is true, it can't be "proven" in a strict scientific sense because science consists of observing or examining an event or process and involves the ability to repeat that process, and to obtain the same results time after time, regardless of who conducts the experiment.
And even these (almost always) consist of 50/50 mixtures of L-type (left-handed) and D-type (right-handed) amino acids.
This is about as far from making a living organism as a piece of silver is from a computer (with monitor, printer, and electricity) running on a well-designed, and redesigned (or improved) program like Windows XP or 7..
So when we speak of things that took place in the past, such as how life began, we are not talking about science in a strict sense, but rather our faith or beliefs that are based on various things: such as our personal observations, experiences, or assumptions with regard to written history, archeology, the geological/fossil record, and/or upon second or third-hand information that scientists, the media, or others have told us that they believe to be true.
One DNA molecule may have thousands of different genes or protein blueprints.
Therefore, when we talk about the past, and especially the distant past, such as the creation of the earth, or the life that exists on it, we are dealing with something that has not been examined or observed by men, nor can it be repeated or demonstrated in a laboratory.
Furthermore, the theories that have been proposed: Creation, Evolution, Slow Creation, have not been and almost certainly never will be "proven" in a strictly scientific sense.
If it turns out we were created, then this means that there are absolutes, and that everything is NOT relative, because the fact that we have been created (by a Creator) is (or would be), in itself, an absolute truth: whether or not the Creator created us directly from "the dust of the ground" as we are told in Genesis (2:7, 9, 19), or indirectly by selecting and establishing the Laws of nature, and organizing the first self-replicating organisms, and letting them "take their course." Furthermore, if it turns out that God did, in fact, spontaneously create every different life-form that ever existed on this planet within a matter of days -- whether from the dust or ground or not (Gen. In other words, if there is a Creator / God, then He can establish and declare what is right and wrong, and hold us accountable for opposing or ignoring Him or His plans or for violating His moral laws of right and wrong that are said to be "written in their hearts." Romans .
We can also say this because according to Scripture, God actually wants a relationship with each of us: and especially since He made us in His image: John ; 17:3; Rev. Also, if you believe that God directed the process of creation, or that He started the first living cells and the Laws that allow for life to exist, and put them in a suitable environment, and then allowed "mother nature" or nor Evolutionist views are based solely on science, for they both make assumptions about the past that cannot be verified by any present methods or experiments and are therefore believed by faith. It is also the author's hope that all of those who read this will do so with an open mind and weigh the evidence against what we know to be true.