RNA Interference

After watching this I was not only spellbound, I was a little more convinced that the Teleological Argument might (though not completely) have merit. It seems almost impossible to ignore the sheer complexity of this process coupled with the organization of it all. It is hard to look at this and not say "My God". But I take caution because though this seems to point its way to an organizer, it does not drive the point home. It might be a logical fallacy to point to RNA Interference and say, "This is the reason we can believe there is a God" (I believe Atheists call it the "God of the gaps" fallacy), but I surely do not believe that things like this direct us away from a Creator.

[Thanks to the Guys at Uncommon Descendant for posting this first]

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