My job requires me to write complex code to extract data, compile it into useful information, and build reports to display it in a format that decision-makers can utilize for the benefit of the company. Sometimes, I have to take computer code that was written by someone else and modify it to meet the current standards or add functionality. All of this has to be done under time constraints.
It would sure be interesting to copy the code back and forth to different computers over and over millions of times and test the resulting copies to see if new code had mistakes in it. Those mistakes would inevitably lead to new features and complexities that the decision-makers could use to provide sound direction for the company. I would even expect old code that is inefficient or obsolete to be removed automatically with the right amount of time-restraints added.
Sounds ridiculous, doesn’t it? Copying mistakes and time restraints automatically leading to new code that fixes problems and complements existing code…riiiiiiight.
That’s exactly what we are told to believe when evolutionists tell us that random mutations (copying mistakes) and natural selection (restraints/pressure) are applied to DNA (code). Humans (and every other life form) are here because of an aggregation of copying mistakes…really?
The real story can be found in the Bible. The Ultimate Programmer said, “Let us make man in our image and in our likeness…And he formed the man out of the dust and breathed the breath of life into his nostrils.” Human beings have value not because we are the pinnacle of an accumulation of mistakes but because we are created in the Almighty’s image.
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