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Each year brings to light new scientific discoveries that have the power to either test our faith or strengthen it--most recently the news that scientists have created artificial life forms in the laboratory. If humans can create life, what does that mean for the creation story found in Scripture?Biochemist and Christian apologist Fazale Rana, for one, isn't worried. In Creating Life in the Lab, he details the fascinating quest for synthetic life and argues convincingly that when scientists succeed in creating life in the lab, they will unwittingly undermine the evolutionary explanation for the origin of life, demonstrating instead that undirected chemical processes cannot produce a living entity.
Fazale Rana (PhD, Ohio University) is executive vice president of research and apologetics at Reasons To Believe. He is the author of The Cell's Design and coauthor of Origins of Life and Who Was Adam?
Table of Contents
|List of Illustrations||p. 10|
|Waking Up in Frankenstein's Dream||p. 13|
|Life Is like Music||p. 23|
|Blessed by a New Species||p. 32|
|Treading in the Steps Already Marked||p. 48|
|Becoming Acquainted with the Principals-and Principles||p. 70|
|A Scientist's Splendor||p. 83|
|The Particulars of Life's Formation||p. 98|
|Conquering the Challenges||p. 113|
|Promised Impossibilities||p. 122|
|The Agony of Reflections||p. 137|
|United by No Link||p. 153|
|A Thousand Other Miseries||p. 173|
|Persevere in Exile||p. 182|
|Epilogue: Borne Away by the Waves||p. 196|
|Appendix: An Introduction to Biochemistry||p. 199|
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