"Can Creation Come From Chaos?"

BTG Issue: 
June 1976 | Vol. 11 No. 6
"A challenge to the prevailing scientific view that life comes from a chance combination of material elements."

"Using scientific evidence, mathematics, and common sense, three Ph.D.'s [Madhava dasa, Sadaputa dasa, and Svarupa Damodara dasa] challenge the idea of creation without a creator." They write: "Although scientists would like to assume that in the past, inert chemicals combined to produce life, as yet no one has ever observed such an event. ... Nor have the biologists found a chemical which, when injected into a dead organism, will restore life. ... Consequently, many scientists are now looking for new concepts beyond chemistry and physics to explain how life works. ... Nevertheless, most materialistic scientists reject this idea."

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