Friday, December 16, 2011

How did the DNA code originate?

The second question, from the 15 Questions for Evolutionists (that evolutionists cannot satisfactorily answer), we have is, “How did the DNA code originate?”

How did the DNA code originate? The code is a sophisticated language system with letters and words where the meaning of the words is unrelated to the chemical properties of the letters—just as the information on this page is not a product of the chemical properties of the ink (or pixels on a screen). What other coding system has existed without intelligent design? How did the DNA coding system arise without it being created?  (See:

Where did all the information in the DNA code come from?  For there to be a code, there has to be a code writer/programmer.  Evolutionists expect us to believe non-living chemicals evolved into a living single-celled organism requiring over two hundred parts all working together in proper form and fashion.  Even more unbelievable, evolutionists want us to believe (take it on blind faith) that the even more complex DNA code also evolved.

So, evolutionists, how did the DNA code originate?


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