Tuesday, October 29, 2013

1 of 101 Reasons Why I Believe In God

Scientists may be able to clone animals now (usually after many, many failed attempts which often result in several sad and grotesquely deformed "specimens" before getting just one minimally healthy animal who usually dies young of strange diseases) but they are still not able to manufacture DNA; the instructions that God wrote in our very cells that our wonderful bodies already know how to decode and follow.  What are the Risks of Cloning?  FDA on Animal Cloning

Dr. Vilas Gayakwad from Wikipedia 8 weeks gestational
intact embryo removed from a fallopian tube.
Any thinking person can look at a recipe book and realize that it has an author and a manufacturer and contains instructions on how to make specific things, so then anyone who understands even a tiny bit about DNA must also recognize that DNA is a set of instructions--a recipe if you will--written by an author, made by a manufacterer to instruct our very cells to create a specific result.

For now, scientists are stuck cloning rather than creating, and even if they do some day figure out how to manufacture DNA, they will still be using God's instructions and materials to do so.

Psalm 139:13-18 (ERV)

13 You formed the way I think and feel.[a]
You put me together in my mother’s womb.
14 I praise you because you made me in such a wonderful way.
I know how amazing that was!
15 You could see my bones grow as my body took shape,
hidden in my mother’s womb.[b]
16 You could see my body grow each passing day.[c]
You listed all my parts, and not one of them was missing.
17 Your thoughts are beyond my understanding.[d]
They cannot be measured!
18 If I could count them, they would be more than all the grains of sand.
But when I finished, I would have just begun.[e]