“The brain is the center of a complex computer system more wonderful than the greatest one ever built by man. The body’s computer system computes and sends throughout the body billions of bits of information, information that controls every action, right down to the flicker of an eyelid. In most computer systems, the information is carried by wires and electronic parts. In the body, nerves are the wires that carry the information back and forth from the central nervous system. And in just one human brain there is probably more wiring, more electrical circuitry, than in all the computer systems of the world put together. Yes, it is a wonderful thing—this brain of ours.” (Quote from “The human body—God’s masterpiece,” Creation Magazine, September 1998.) No one in their right mind would ever try to tell us that the computer systems of the world developed by chance or accident. Instead they would tell you of the number of great minds that came together over a period of 30-plus years to bring the computer systems
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Church, Pages 2 on 05/26/2010
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