Something from Nothing

Jul 27, 2022 | Blog | 0 comments


Have you pondered the evolution of the Coca-Cola can?

Here is how it happened: Billions of years ago there was a rock, and from this rock oozed a cool, sweet, brown liquid. As time passed, aluminum formed around this sweet liquid forming a can. Millions of years later, red and white paint fell from the sky forming the words, “Coca-Cola, 12 fluid ounces.”
Is this true? Of course not! You know when you see a Coca-Cola can that there must be a Coca-Cola maker. It did not happen by accident or chance.
In the same way, when we examine the eye with its many parts, such as the cornea, iris, lens, retina, optic nerve, and the right amount of fluid pressure in the vitreous humor, we know that this could not happen by accident or chance over millions of years. Our eye needed all its parts right from the beginning in order for the eye to see. It is irreducibly complex. If we do not have the right amount of fluid pressure in the vitreous humor, we would experience glaucoma and blindness. If our lens were cloudy, we would experience cataracts and the inability to see. Each part of the eye had to be in its proper place and fully functioning right from the beginning in order for us to see. A seeing eye could not happen by blind chance.
Without our eyes, we could not even observe a can of Coke to know that it was designed. Yet, the evidence that the eye is designed is even more overwhelming than the Coke can. When we see an eye, we know there must be an eye-Maker. That eye-Maker is God.
(Source: Inspired Evidence – Von Vett & Malone)


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