What are the odds of life just happening by chance? In his New York Times bestselling book, “Darwin’s Doubt” (2013), Dr. Stephen Meyer points out that  “the probability of attaining a correct sequence [of amino acids to build a protein molecule] by random search would roughly equal the probability of a blind spaceman finding a single marked atom by chance among all the atoms in the Milky Way  galaxy—on its face clearly not a likely outcome.” (p. 183). Dr. Stephen Meyer joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss the staggering odds against life happening by chance. www.darwinsdoubt.com

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