We can often assume science has completely mapped out the evolutionary history of the development of life on earth, from atoms to complex organisms, erasing the need for a Creator. Yet, much of the scientific data point to molecules and systems that don’t seem to fit into this theory of beginnings. As part of a talk on “God and Science” at Glasgow University Christian Union, Steve Osmond was asked to explain the concept of “irreducible complexity”.
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