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  • I would reccommend the book "The Blind Watchmaker" by Richard Dawkins. I read it in college for a Biology course I was taking. It has a credible theory as to how life may have evolved from non-life. I found the book to be surprisingly entertaining and informative considering it was assigned reading.
  • Scientifically speaking, Life only comes from life as far as I know. The Universe obviously is not eternal, so it obviously, I believe, came from a Higher Power Who is eternal(aka the Lord Jesus Christ). -In the Master's service. Thank you and God bless you!
  • ... Sinner saved by grace, obviously, has a very biased view. According to modern scientific approach, life, as far as I know at least, was synthesized, by fusion of carbon, oxygen, and hydrogen. Whether or not you believe this, it is important to also point this out, ; http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/6251910.stm I hope people come to realize the importance being able to synthesize life in a lab has.
  • Even Stephen Hawking has expressed the likelihood of the "God-factor." For me personally, the idea that nothing exploded into everything lacks plausibility. That everything necessary for life, let alone human life, is simply by chance? That everything in the cosmos came together so absolutely perfectly here on this rock to support such abundant life? I don't buy it.
    • mushroom
      Well, if our planet were one of the billions and billions of "unlucky" planets, we would not be here to debate it.
    • Hardcore Conservative
      If you look at even how Carl Sagan had to change his ideas on intelligent design, it boggles the mind. Carl Sagan started with 4 things that were necessary for life to exist. Now that list has expanded to well over 200. From things like having a large celestial body to absorb all the asteroids to how far away our planet is from the Sun to the perfect balance of compounds that enable us to breathe.

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