During all recorded human history, there has never been a substantiated case of a living thing being produced from anything other than another living thing.
As yet, Evolutionism has not produced a scientifically credible explanation for the origin of such immense complexities as DNA, the human brain, and many elements of the cosmos.
It is highly premature for materialists to claim that all living things evolved into existence, when science has yet to discover how even one protein molecule could actually have come into existence by natural processes.
There is no scientific proof that life did (or ever could) evolved into existence from non-living matter. Further, there is substantial evidence that spontaneous generation is impossible. Only DNA is known to produce DNA. No chemical interaction of molecules has even come close to producing this ultra-complex code which is so essential to all known life.
What disturbing roadblocks are researchers discovering in attempting to prove evolutionary origins?Answer
a short summary / Speculative scenarios about life beginning spontaneously in Earth's early oceans are “constantly being refuted and then replaced by new ones, which in turn get shot down.”
Where did life come from? Is evolution really the best scientific answer?Answer
Could life have begun through chance and natural chemistry? Have laboratory scientists proved that life evolved on its own? What discovery should have stopped the whole Creation/Evolution debate?
Can evolution be the source of life in all its complexity?Answer
The more science reveals about life's complexity, the more doubtful it appears that life originated without intelligent help.
Why is abiogenesis impossible?Answer
A scientist examines Evolution's claim that life originated spontaneously. The problems with this theory are so serious that the majority of evolutionists today tend to shun the whole subject. If you thought that an evolutionary origin of life had been proven, you need to read this definitive answer.
What if the cosmos is all that there is?Answer
Materialism (the philosophy) suggests that “physical matter is the only reality, and that everything-including thought, feeling, mind, and will, can all be explained in terms of matter and physical phenomena.” Naturalism suggests that all can be explained in terms of natural causes and laws. Nothing has moral, spiritual, or supernatural significance.
Second Law of Thermodynamics—Would this basic law of nature have prevented the natural evolution of life?Answer