Monday, January 14, 2008

coincidence?

Today in science we were talking about mitosis. Our teacher was talking about how when we lose cells from our body, our body makes sure to replace them with the right kind of cell. For example, if one of our skin cells dies our body doesn't replace it with a liver or a brain cell instead it replaces it with another skin cell.

This kind of got me thinking. How could you believe in this and believe in evolution. You would have to believe that our body just happens to run perfectly and knows what kind of cell to replace each dead cell with. If you think about it, we could have evolved in to a creature that doesn't replace dead cells with the correct kind cell. We could have evolved in to a creature that replaced dead skin cells with liver cells. We needed a creator (God) to make us perfect.

Many people don't believe in God because they can't see him. It's kind of like believing in the wind. Just because you can't see it doesn't mean it's not there. We know that there's wind because we see all that it effects. We see leaves blowing and when we step outside hair is blown in our face. It's the same with God. We can also see all that God effects. Christianity is the most popular religion. This world is so perfect there must of been a god. God has changed millions of people's lives and has made a ton of prophesies that are coming true as we speak.

8 comments:

Gudl said...

Preach it, brother!!!
Very good. God has certainly changed my life.

Mellimaus said...

Yeah, you heard Gudl, Preach it bro!
You're totally right. Good post, really!

Abby said...

You mean my pretty black hair could have been replaced by liver!?!?! MAN, AM I GLAD JESUS CREATED US!

worminator said...

you are getting me thinking!!!

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Bethany said...

Good thoughts there, cuz.

Christine said...

What a thoughtful post. God is definitely our Creator.

Mike said...

Found you at Gudl's. Great post! You have an amazing blog, a real gift for writing. Keep it up.