God Sends Us a Message Right Under Our Skin
New science discovery proves the existence of God within humanís genetic code.
A team of top geneticist from Harvard University discovered a 22-word snippet of ancient Aramaic language in which God confirms his existence and his very role in the creation of life. This was uncovered when the team noticed a strange mathematical patterns appearing in unexplored section of non-coding human DNA.
Decoding the Message
"We knew the patterns weren't naturally occurring," explains Charles Watson, the lead scientist on the project, "but we couldn't come up with any convincing explanation for them. "On a whim, we started cross referencing the patterns with language databases," he explains, "and we were shocked to find that the patterns corresponded to ancient Aramaic." Surprised by their discovery, the team consulted a group of language experts who are familiar with ancient Aramaic, the language Jesus Christ spoke in Judeo-Christian time.
The message reads, "Hello my children. This is Yahweh, the one true Lord. You have found creation's secret. Now share it peacefully with the world." The astounding discovery speaks the verifiable proof of God's presence and his part in creation of humankind.
The discovery of the double-helix structure of human DNA molecule opened the gates for further genetic studies. As scientists began to decode DNA information, more than half a century after its initial discovery, they found something quite startling, an exquisite language composed of 3 billion genetic letters. Dr. Stephen Meyer, Director of the Center for Science and Culture at the Discovery Institute in Seattle, Washington explained that DNA stores information and detailed instructions for assembling proteins in the form of four-character digital code.
The DNA in each of human cells is far more complex and rarely malfunctions. To suggest that DNA spontaneously generated is not reliable as it can be calculated mathematically using Switching Theory, that the chance of one DNA molecule occurring randomly is one chance in 1053. It would be written as ten with fifty-two zeros after it. The scientific community discounts any chance greater than one chance in 1050. To sum up, DNA could not possibly have evolved by spontaneous generation and generating the decoded message could not have been a genetic error.
Because of this event, more Christianity churches have become more open in discussing the creation of mankind in scientific perspective. It is strong evidence that shows both studies can co-exist in pursuing greater knowledge of our racial origin and the universe.
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