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People treat alchemy as if it were a silly superstition, but yet they want to put forth spontaneous generation as if it has scientific validity. Renaming it "abiogenesis" doesn't change the fact that it's still life being generated randomly from nonliving matter, an idea that is not only outmoded scientifically, but laughable.
If you're not ready to buy into abiogenesis, just pick up a copy of The Counter-Creationism Handbook by Mark Isaak. Among other ridiculous claims, he states that the following is a fact: "Life appeared on earth more than two billion years ago." He also says, "Creationism is neither theory nor fact; it is, at best, only an opinion. Since it explains nothing, it is useless."
Guess here's a guy who's not interested in salvation. He probably thinks that's useless, too. Good luck to him on those opinions of his. They're not going to help him escape the justice of a righteous God, who isn't a theory, but a fact.
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