1.How did life originate? Evolutionist Professor Paul Davies admitted, “Nobody knows how a mixture of lifeless chemicals spontaneously organized themselves into the first living cell.”1
Andrew Knoll, professor of biology, Harvard, said, “we don’t really know how life originated on this planet”.2
A minimal cell needs several hundred proteins. Even if every atom in the universe were an experiment with all the correct amino acids present for every possible molecular vibration in the supposed evolutionary age of the universe, not even one average-sized functional protein would form. So how did life with hundreds of proteins originate just by chemistry without intelligent design? See: creation.com/loopholes.
Creation Ministry International's '15 Questions for Evolutionists' flyer summarizes 15 major problems with evolution. Some evolutionists have attempted to answer the questions. In this episode Richard Fangrad and Calvin Smith discuss the question and the attempts to answer it.
References 1.Davies, Paul, Australian Centre for Astrobiology, Sydney, New Scientist 179(2403):32, 2003. Return to text. 2.Knoll, Andrew H., PBS Nova interview, How Did Life Begin? July 1, 2004. Return to text.