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  Craig Hampton

"That a complex structure such as a living organism could be formed by chance without intelligent input has never been demonstrated in the lab or anywhere else. Given enough time, the naturalistic world view reasons, anything is at least possible. The problem with this view is that the degree of information and complexity required for living organisms to be able to "live" is such that, aside from deliberate intelligent design, from what we know now, no matter what the conditions, time alone will not allow for the naturalistic construction of life." Jerry R. Bergman, PhD, Human Biology, quoted from In Six Days, p.34 11/4/2002 10:26:10 AM  

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