Re: The wonders of science.

Ron Chitwood (
Tue, 7 Apr 1998 13:28:36 -0500

Good thought. No one of us would have trouble discerning an arrowhead that
was found as something made by a designer as opposed to a rock that was
formed through natural acts.
Trust in the LORD with all your heart,
and do not rely on your own insight.. Pr. 3:5
Ron Chitwood

> From: Juan D. Guzman <>
> To: Evolution List (E-mail) <>
> Subject: The wonders of science.
> Date: Tuesday, April 07, 1998 9:32 PM
> I was just sitting here thinking, rare as the occasion is, and I came
> something that I thought I would share with you all.
> Science has this wonderful way of looking at things and distinguishing
> between the natural and the made. For example when an archeologist
> stumbles upon a rock he/she will go examine the rock in several ways and
> determine if the rock is just a plain old rock, or if it is an artifact
> a distant civilization. Many times the conclusion is based on the fact
> that the rock has complexity that cannot be attributed to nature, this
> leads the archeologist to conclude that the rock was made by an
> person.
> I find it very odd that, while it is so evident to these scientists that
> the rock had a maker, they look at living things and basically attribute
> all of living nature to chance. The complexity of nature far excedes
> of the rock on the ground yet this complexity came about by chance. This

> is one of the things that keeps me from embracing the theory of evolution

> in its entirety.
> Well I just thought that I would share that.
> Best Regards,
> J.D. Guzman