On Creation and the Origins of Life is an in-depth exploration of the various possibilities and theories on the start of life on our planet.
Bob Yari presents a logical discussion of the possible origins of life and its subsequent growth into complex lifeforms based on our most recent technological and scientific knowledge.
The author takes the evolutionary mechanism built into our cells as a fact, yet also contemplates that intelligent design may have created the intricacies of carbon-based life while designing an evolutionary mechanism into its blueprint to enhance survival.
The book serves as a step-by-step rationalization of how the most fundamental version of a lifeform could have formed and how it then could have evolved into complex animals and plants living in perfect balance on planet Earth.
Get ready to think, debate, and make meaningful conclusions by arming yourself with the facts, insights, and analysis in this important work.