The human genome is very remarkable. Have you ever thought about that? Encoded in just a bunch of molecules, we get the information necessary to produce the color of our eyes, the number of fingers on our hands, and vital organs that keep us alive. So where does all this information come from? How does all our DNA, which is so microscopic that you can’t see it with your naked eyes, contain all the information necessary for life? To answer these questions, we also need to think about the origin of life. Did a Big Bang happen or is life the creation of an intelligent designer?
We at the Ambassadors Forum tackle big questions. If you want to learn more about the Christian viewpoint on the origin of life and universal information, come to the Ambassadors Forum’s virtual Friday Forum on July 17, 2020 at 7 PM. Caleb Rogers, who has a background in genetics, biology, and medicine, will speak on the topic. If you want to attend, please contact the Ambassadors Forum at firstname.lastname@example.org for a Zoom invite.