Reproduction has only one generation to evolve and not billions of years
We live in a world teeming with life. There are really only two possible explanations for this: chance or a creator. Random evolutionists, refusing to consider rationally the possibility of the latter in the light of the evidence, choose chance. Given enough time, say billions of years, all living things could evolve randomly, runs the argument. The flaw lies in ignoring the miracle of reproduction.
Virtually every form of organic life reproduces by the involvement of two parents which interact, sometimes even with the assistance of other organisms, as occurs when bees pollinate flowers. Of course, without reproduction no creature or plant could survive beyond one generation. And so random evolution has not had millions of years for reproduction to evolve. It has always had only one generation. That is not enough for systems of reproduction to arise by chance, and there are millions of such systems, physically often very different, but all conceptually and purposefully the same, and all highly complicated. Evolution needs generations to pass for changes to occur.
Next time you cut open an apple, look at how carefully arranged the pips are; there is a reason for that: God is in the pips, ensuring the apple will reproduce and survive.
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