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Science: How Old Am I? - God asks the scientist to guess Adam's age

Michael Behe, an American biochemist, presented the intelligent design argument of Irreducible Complexity in 1996 in his book "Darwin's Black Box". The basic idea is that the cells within the human body are irreducibly complex in that they must have a certain make-up of 'parts" -  designed to accomplish specific purposes and work perfectly with one another - in order for the cell to function at all. If any "part" is missing or disfunctional in its operation, the cell is worthless. Thus, the cell had to come into being at once, and would have had the appearance of age at that moment. The human being is made up of billions of such cells and systems that are all irreducibly complex - they could not have come into being by chance. 

With that as the introduction, in this video we imagine God questioning a scientist to approximate the age of Adam at the moment of creation. 

8/19/2018

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