This critique of origin of life theories 1s limited to a consideration of the hypothetical primordial atmosphere, the formation of relatively simple organic compounds and the formation of complex macromolecules. It is maintained that the earth has always had an atmosphere similar to Its present day atmosphere and that this and other proven thermodynamic and chemical kinetic principles and probabil ity considerations positively exclude a naturalistic evolutionary origin of life.
Creationism, origin of life
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Gish, Duane T.
"The Origin of Life,"
Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 1, Article 12.
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