Who authored the DNA language?
A language is a series of non-repeating symbols that carry a meaning. DNA is a series of non-repeating chemicals that carry information. A language causes a response by those receiving the message. DNA causes responses to happen throughout the cells within our bodies.
Language has structure provided by spaces, punctuation, and divisions in the text, and DNA is structured in the same way. A language transfers information; DNA is the most compact information transporting system in the universe.
Most importantly, a language has an author. No information can exist without an intelligent source. Who put the unbelievably complex design and unfathomable quantity of information into the DNA code of every human being? The Bible gives us the answer.
One of the many names of Jesus Christ is the “Author of Life”. He is the ultimate author, for he wrote the very language found upon the DNA molecule, the language of life.
(Source: Inspired Evidence Von Vett & Malone)