How Does the Human Body Show That God Exists?

The human body is so remarkable that many people believe it’s a miracle. It is so intricate, so organized, and so incredible. Could a human being develop such intricacy and complexity by random or by accident, even if you’re talking about millions of years? It is really doubtful!

The different organs have been so designed with specific purposes and functions that cannot be explained by theories of random or accidental development. It can only be explained by some level of intelligent design.

In my book I discuss three organs to demonstrate that point. Those are the brain, eyes, and the liver. Grant Jeffrey in his book “Creation: Remarkable Evidence of God’s Design” points out, “The hundred billion neurons in our brains are intricately linked to each other in the most intricate and complex network in the known Universe.” In the known Universe, he said. He adds to that by saying, “There are more than one quadrillion intricate electrical connections, or synapses, with the brain, making it the most phenomenally complex machinery scientists have discovered in the Universe.” One quadrillion synapses in our brains! Can that happen by random?

If one asserts it happened by random, don’t we have to take into account that some of those random acts deviated into different directions with different results? How can random acts be so focused for only one result? That’s not even normal science. Random development must mean different results and different paths of development. How can the brain become so developed the way it is if other random acts are also occurring? Scientists, as I see it, have to account for the other paths that resulted over the millions of years. What were the results that happened? They don’t know because they did not investigate them. Is science simply a matter of following one path? Is science simply a matter of jumping to one conclusion? I don’t think so. Do you?

Author: garylindberg85

Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the author’s parents moved just before his seventh birthday to Santa Maria, California. There he grew up and attended grade schools up through high school. The author is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley with a degree in U. S. History. Then he volunteered to join the Peace Corps for two and a half years during which he taught primary school students and teachers various techniques in a trial school gardens program in the Ivory Coast which is located in West Africa between Liberia and Ghana. He became fluent in French during that time. After his Peace Corps service, he toured Europe and primarily visited Italy, Germany (including East Berlin then under Communist control), France, England, and the Netherlands. Since he was drafted, he volunteered for the Navy in which he served for four years. Next, he went to San Francisco State University where he earned his Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree with a concentration in Management and Personnel. After that he began his 43-year career as a Human Resources professional for a number of major companies including National Gypsum, Celotex, McCormick (spices), Del Monte, Quebecor Printing, and Micro Lithography, Inc. He retired in November, 2019 to pursue personal endeavors.