The First Life
The Earth at one time must have been soil and water. Before there was any life on Earth, it had to be void of not only humans and animals, but of plant life as well. No trees or grass or weeds. No moss or mold. Nothing. Just different types of soil, minerals and water. Then God added life. Not true according to the atheists. God didn't create life because there is no God. What really happened is somewhere along the way, all of the perfect amounts of chemicals and minerals and molecules mixed together and from just the right ingredients, life was formed.
Okay then, lets look at this theory. First the odds of life forming by accident because everything fell into place just right. The standard belief I am finding when I google this, is the odds would be around 10 to the 58000 power. That is a 1 with 58,000 zeroes after it. To give you an idea of this, you would have better odds of winning every Powerball jackpot for several years running, than life forming on its own. As one site I read put it, if you placed thousands of blind people in a stadium and gave them all Rubik Cubes, there are better odds that every one of them will solve it at the exact same time than life forming by accident. To make it really clear for you, there is a better chance the Lions and Browns compete in the next 50 Super Bowls than there is of life forming by accident.
On a more logical level, this is yet another thing science has never witnessed before. Never has it witnessed any type of life form coming from a non-life form. They want to push this across as how life started on earth, but they would also tell you it is the only time it has ever happened on Earth. That is why they have never witnessed it before. Science. Something that is largely proven through repeated acts to confirm something, wants us to believe that something like life forming on its own out of pure chance actually happened, even though it has never happened any other time. Ever.
Why does science wish you to believe that the first life form came about by accident? Because it has no other theory for how it happened other than God creating life. And it just cannot accept God is real. Think about that for a minute. The odds of life coming by accident are so far fetched that it isn't even conceivable by any stretch of the imagination, and there is absolutely zero evidence backing up that theory, but atheists are willing to believe that. But they wont believe in God because why? Because it is something that isn't conceivable to their imaginations and there is absolutely zero evidence backing it up.
Take a small bucket and fill it with yellow sand and blue sand. Pour it onto a table from 3 feet above the surface. What are the chances you will see all of the blue sand go to one side and the yellow sand go to the other? Push all the sand back into the bucket and pour it out again. What do you get? The division of the colors will be even more disorganized than the first time. Do it a third time and a fourth time. Every time you pour the sand out, it will become more of a chaotic mix. Never will it begin to look more organized than the times before it. Never will it form the Block M for Michigan. When left to its own accord, happenstance and accidents create more chaos. They do not become structured. Randomness will never become organized and structured unless some design of intelligence interferes with it. When you dig into the serious depths of the human anatomy, you realize just how unbelievably intricate and organized it is. Everything needs to be balanced a certain way. Too much of one chemical or too little and it can kill you. Your cell structure and DNA is organized. Life is not a product of any kind of accident or random chance. Life is too organized and intricate. Life is created with an intelligent design by an intelligent being.
As you read my other articles, you will learn there is actually plenty of evidence backing up the existence of God, but there is zero evidence backing up life forming by accident. Yet Atheists would believe the far fetched "life by accident" theory. You tell me, which one is more logical to you?