The Mystery of the Origin of Organic Life
Scientists cannot explain how organic life first arose. They have tried to create organic life in the laboratory but have failed (1), and now they insist that what cannot be created by design could have happened by chance. That is absurd. The question arises why organic life cannot be created from non-organic in the laboratory. After all, scientists are able to analyse the material or physical composition of all forms of organic life. Perhaps the answer lies beyond the boundaries of the material and physical world. As is argued in The Spiritual Cell below, all of organic life is saturated with spirituality, and, of course, scientists work only with the physical and the material, and cannot source the spiritual, and so cannot create life.
(1) Tom Bethell: Darwin’s House of Cards pages 21,38; Matti Leisola & Jonathan Witt: Heretic One Scientist’s Journey From Darwin to Design pages 27,28