Let's study ID: more irreducible complexity (Introduction)

by David Turell @, Wednesday, December 22, 2021, 14:37 (29 days ago) @ dhw

DAVID: Note my bolds. Heme must be present to make the proteins that power cells. This is irreducible complexity. Only in the whole form does it work. It cannot be built in consecutive stages of evolution. Cells need it intact to function. Only a designed process developed in one step can create this. Not by chance.

dhw: For me, this is the strongest of all arguments for the existence of a designer. The intricate complexities of cells and cell communities make it impossible for me to embrace atheism. Psychic experiences are another important factor to counterbalance the materialist solution to all the problems connected with how conscious life could first have come into being. Atheist materialists will reject such reservations, just as theists will reject the objection that if conscious life requires a designer, then how can anyone believe in an all-powerful conscious mind that is simply "there" and has always been "there"? Hence the question: did God invent us, or did we invent God? I can't answer this question, and that is why this website exists.

My thanks to David for keeping it going.

It seems perfectly logical a 'designer has to be there'. Something must be eternal as we are here. For me it is the only answer to the question that fits.

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