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From childhood I have always been interested in the big questions of life and origins. While at Newcastle Uni I took time to read Darwin’s Origin of Species, and later to read many other authors opinions on the big bang, evolution and how life began. While the theory of general evolution has made some great contributions I still feel generally unsatisfied with explanations of how life began and became so beautifully designed. I find the “extraordinary stroke of luck” that Richard Dawkins and others propose for the origin of self-replicating forms of life from inanimate matter to be hard to grasp.
On both sides of the creation and evolution debate, I see at times a selective use of data and some rather interesting juggling. Yet am persuaded on balance by some pretty compelling evidence that life is the result of a loving creator God. The good news is that the answers I have found are both deeply satisfying intellectually and very empowering for life.
Rethink evolution? It’s definitely worth a look if you like things that make sense.