Marvelous Molecular Machines | The Institute for Creation Research

Marvelous Molecular Machines

We’ve seen in museums, textbooks, magazines, and in our biology classes that all life is made up of cells. Inside these cells are tiny, submicroscopic, molecular machines that function to sustain life. How do these biological machines work? And what does the Bible have to say about design in nature?

 

Other episodes in this series:

The Flood of Fossils

The Mighty Oceans

The Myth of Human Evolution

God's Marvelous Insects

 

                  
 

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