Multicellular Life Forms (or does it?)
Evolutionists not only have to believe that non-living chemicals can put themselves together in the intricately designed ways to become a living cell … but they also have to swallow the notion that those simple cells could make themselves into the more complex cells that we see in the living world all around us … and … they have to convince themselves also … that such cells could actually cause themselves to come together into a large single organism like you or me … made up of about 100 trillion cells all working together for the common good. Amazing. Enjoy your day. Love in the Savior and Creator of all things Jesus. DrJ
Posted by Points of Origins on Tuesday, December 3, 2019
Now. The biggest missing link for the evolutionist is how non-living things became living things. The second biggest leap is how prokaryotic cells like bacteria that have no nucleus—much, much smaller—became eukaryotic cells that have a nucleus and organelles like the cells in your body, or even an amoeba, which are many, many times bigger and more complex.
And then the next step is how—and even why—did single cell lifeforms ever even want to become multicellular since they were thriving quite well before.