LIFE FROM THE DEAD: Resurrection more probable than Evolution

It is far more probable for a body of mass that has been alive before to come back to life again
than for a body of mass that has never been alive to come to life for the first time ever.

It is curious that Evolutionary Biologists dogmatically cling to their idea that life spontaneously emerged from a random mass of matter that has never been alive before, from which we all descend, BUT DENY the possibility that a body of matter that had recently been alive could come back to life again.

That is:  Whoever believes in Evolution, to be evenhanded, must also believe in Resurrection for which the necessary requirements are far less, (because, by comparison, the vast array of necessary components for a living sysstem are largely still in place).

Evolutionary Biologists believe that lifeless elements from the Periodic Table spontaneously arranged into that first fully-functioning reproductive system from which all known life is descended.  That is, Evolutionary Biologists believe that a body of physical matter that had never before been alive spontaneously came to life, for the first time ever, all by itself.

Since Evolutionary Biologists are ready of mind enough to believe that a body of matter that has never been alive before could somehow become alive HOW MUCH MORE should they be ready to believe that a body of matter that has already been alive once could somehow come alive again?

If Evolution is possible .... how much more possible is Resurrection.
Whatever the probability of Evolution, life for the first time ever from randomly arranged, lifeless elements ...
how much more probable Resurrection, life again from an arrangedment of elements recently alive,
because the necessary requirements are far less - much more of the requirements for life are already in position!

Consider the analogy of an automobile:
It is more probable that a car that has recently been running will start again
than that a randomly configured body of mass will emerge by itself in the form of a car and start for the first time ever.

Why?  Because, for the car that has recently been running, all the elements necessary for a running car are already in gathered to one place, refined, manufactured, and expertly assembled into a configuration proven to run.  All it lacks is just a little turn of the key to spark back to life again. That is to say, the events necessary to restart a recently running car are far, far fewer than the events needed for a randomly gathered and randomly assembled body of mass to ever start and run for the first time ever.

Another way to say it is: It is far less complicated to repair and restart a car that has recently been running than to invent and manufacture the first car.

It should be understood that Evolution Theories all depend on a reproductive system that is far more complicated than an automobile. 

 

Again: It is far, far slimmer a chance that lifeless elements that have never been alive before could ever spontaneously assemble into a living system capable of reproduction ... than the chance that such a system, already assembled, already proven capable of life by having actually been alive once already, could spontaneously repair whatever caused it to die, and come back to life again.

If matter that has never been alive can come to life for the first time, HOW MUCH MORE can matter that has already been alive come back to life again.

Evolution is a lot farther out on the limb of improbability than Resurrection or any of the miracles of Jesus and the rest of the Bible.


Whether Evolution or Resurrection, we are talking about Life from the Dead.


And life from the dead is exactly the foundation of Christianity, no other belief-system (besides Evolution:) has this foundation.
This is the Good News of Jesus Christ.
JESUS IS ALIVE!