Life And The Universe-Did It Get Here By Evolution Or
By Creation Using Philosophical Explanation and Thought Acknowledging An Intelligent Maker, God?
Life is everywhere around us. It is evident in the humming of insects, the singing of birds, and the rustlings of small animals in the underbrush. It exists in the icy Polar regions and in parched deserts. It is present from the sea’s sunlit surface to its darkest depths. High in the atmosphere tiny creatures float about. Beneath our feet untold trillions of microorganisms are at work in the soil. Earth is packed with life so abundantly and varied, as to stagger the imagination. How did it all start? Did life and the universe evolve as a result of material through an intelligent creator? Or are there reasons to believe that it is a product of Evolution? This has been a fascinating subject of controversy for many years.
First, it may be useful to clarify definitions of science and evolution, as these bear out my claim. Evolution is the theory that the first living organism developed from nonliving matter. Then, as it reproduced, it is said to have changed into different kinds of living things, producing ultimately all forms of life that have ever existed on earth, including humans. And all of this is believed to have been accomplished without intelligent direction or supernatural intervention. Science, on the other hand, is a well coordinated and systematized attempt at evaluating life and the universe as a whole, with reference to first principles that underlie all things as their causes and are implicit in all experiences. Charles Darwin, a philosopher, and a believer of God theorized that an intricate physical world could only be accounted through evolution. Evolution is concerned with mutations, sex selection, natural selection and random interaction of organisms with the environment.
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