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How Life Began: Answers to my Evolutionist Friends

How Life Began
How Life Began
Item# BK-how_life
$8.50

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by Thomas Heinze.

159 page paperback
ISBN: 0758904797

Could life have formed in the "Primordial Soup" billions of years ago?

Evolutionists claim that simple chemicals became concentrated in ancient oceans, forming an organic broth which eventually produced living cells. Is this possible?

In 1953 Stanley Miller became famous for his experiment which produced amino acids by passing a spark through gasses which contained the elements that make up amino acids.

Evolutionists hoped their students would believe without question that amino acids would produce life. But Heinze reveals the facts evolutionists won't tell you. The amino acids produced would not work in any living things. The more recently suggested steps in "Chemical evolution" will not take place either. The idea is scientifically bankrupt, and the foundation of evolutionary thinking is destroyed.

Full of quotes from the best known scientists in the field, How Life Began is a great gift for students, teachers and school libraries. Learn how the scientific facts speak powerfully of an intelligent Creator, without whom life could never have begun. Learn how to know Him personally.

Learn the answer to questions like:

Is the cell simple?
Did life begin billions of years ago?
Could cell parts get together?
How many parts does a cell need?
What about the cell's information?
Did life come from another planet?
What about natural selection?
Faith in what?

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Evolution
The Theory of Evolution is the leading atheistic explanation for the existence of life on Earth through purely random, natural processes. It is the theory that all the living things in the world have arisen from a single ancestral cell, which spontaneously formed from inorganic molecules.

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