Lazarus and the Origen of Life

Eduardo G. Moros (moros_eg@castor.wustl.edu)
Tue, 30 Sep 1997 08:58:54 -0500

I have been giving some thought to the question:

Can God bring dead (lifeless) matter back into life (the resurrection of
Lazarus) and not be able to jump-start living organisms, or for that
matter fully developed and functioning species?

Why bother with a stillborn ape (I'm referring to Morton's male ape
born dead because of cromosome folding
(http://www.isource.net/~grmorton/dmd.htm) when He can mold any lump of
dust into a human being?

Lazarus body was dead and decaying, and then a Jesus command it was
alive and well. If we believe that Christ Jesus could do that, Can we
not also believe that the origen of life escapes a purely naturalistic
explanation?

Salu2

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Salu2 ------------------------------------------- "many times when reading "science" I have the annoying sensation I'm reading science fiction."