The basic premise of evolution is that somewhere, a long, long time ago, lightning struck a pool of slimy organic molecules and caused a membrane to form around them. Even more miraculously, that membrane bound group of organic molecules simultaneously developed the ability to replicate itself.

Now ask yourself, how did that one cell gain enough new genetic information to eventually develop into all of the different types of tissues and structures we see in the world today?

Evolutionists want you to believe that over time and thousands of genetic mutations some allowed that first cell to evolve into bacteria, fungi, amoeba, protozoa, dinoflagellates, roots, phloem, xylem, bark, cambium, pistils, stamens, carrots, peas, beans, tomatoes, potatoes, strawberries, apples, oranges, watermelons, corn, onions, mint, cauliflower, radishes, ginger, pecans, pineapples, and the hundreds of other different types of plants, plant cells and plant tissues.

They also want you to believe that the same first cell gained enough NEW genetic information to form scales, feathers, skin, cartilage, bone, smooth muscle, striated muscle, myomeres, neurons, axons, myelin, brain, eyes, ears, nose, lungs, gills, heart, liver, kidney, gall bladder, pancreas, stomach, esophagus, intestines, sperm, eggs, sexual organs, colon, nails, lymph, immune cells, blood cell, and the list goes on and on and on.

In other words, evolutionists want you to believe that every different type of cell, tissue, organ and living structure all evolved from the one cell that started it all. Over time, the cell gained more and more NEW information that directed it to produce new molecules, new cells, new tissues, new organs and new living things.

In case you think that this could have randomly happened in nature, consider one thing. The obtaining of NEW information by a living thing has never been observed to have happened in nature without some type of intelligent guidance. It’s never been observed because the law of information states that information can only come from another source of information and ultimately that information had to have come from a source of intelligence.