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Christianity and the Apparently Spontaneous Origins of Cellular Life

What are the implications of spontaneous cellular ‘engines’?

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A surprising, accidental discovery in a chemistry lab could help answer the age-old question, “Why are we here?”

Ancient cellular life may have begun through spontaneous reactions resulting from the right combination of…

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