Kidney Complexity

Oct 27, 2021 | Blog | 0 comments

 

Have you thanked God for your kidneys lately?

These two fist-sized organs located in your abdominal cavity perform many tasks. Here are a few amazing responsibilities of your kidneys. Filtering out waste products from your blood. Regulating the bloodstream to be 51% water, as a 5% fluctuation could cause your blood to be too thin and your blood pressure to drop, or be too thick, so your heart could not pump it. They maintain the perfect concentration of salts within your body and regulate the acid-base equilibrium of your blood. They also secrete hormones that help maintain blood pressure and make red blood cells.
 

Every 50 minutes, every blood cell in your body passes through your kidneys.

When a person’s kidneys fail, he needs kidney dialysis. Several times each week, a dialysis patient must spend hours circulating his blood through this very complex machine. This machine is hundreds of times larger and far less efficient than our kidneys.
 

Evolutionists say the kidneys happened by chance and that they were essentially a useful accident.

Did the kidney dialysis machine happen by chance? Is the kidney dialysis machine, which was planned and designed better than these “accidental” kidneys? No, as it can only replicate a small fraction of the hundreds of processes which take place within our body’s kidneys! It has been claimed that next to the brain, the kidneys are the most complicated organ in the body.
 
(Source: Inspired Evidence – Wayne Jackson, The Human Body Accident or Design, 2000 pp.73-75)

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