Evolutionary dogma states that life arose coming from non-living chemicals. However, the more we learn about the complexity of even a ‘simple’ cell, the harder this is to accept. Modern science has shown that all cells contain many tiny machines and other nanotechnology, and the world’s most complex information processing systems. Further, real, observational chemistry works in the opposite direction from the chemical evolution conjecture. And if life can’t start naturalistically, then Darwinian evolution is dead on arrival.
We can tell when something shows evidence of having a human designer. So when things in nature show those same characteristics—only on a much more complex level—it makes sense to attribute that to a Designer as well. Dr. Sarfati discusses several evidences of magnificent design in nature, including DNA, molecular machines, the complexity of the cell, and more. He also demolishes arguments of ‘bad design’.