The Wisdom in the Cell
n this case, you must admit that any cell in your stomach or ear is much more learned than you, and since it makes use of this information in the most correct and perfect way, it is much wiser than you.
But what is the source of this wisdom? How is it that every single one of the 100 trillion cells in the human body possesses such unbelievable intelligence, information and ability? These are, after all, piles of atoms, and they are unconscious. Take the atoms of all the elements, combine them in different forms and numbers, obtain different molecules, still you can never obtain wisdom. Whether these molecules are big or small, simple or complex does not matter. You can never obtain a mind that will consciously organise any process and accomplish it.
Then how can it be that DNA, which is composed of the arrangement of a certain number of unwise and unconscious atoms in certain sequences, and enzymes, working in a harmonious way, is able to organise countless complicated and diverse operations in the cell in a perfect and complete manner? The answer to this is very simple; wisdom is not in these molecules or in the cell that contains them, but in the self who has brought these molecules into being, programming them to function as they do. Shortly put, wisdom is present not in the work done, but in the creator of that work.
If one day you see the words "Nothing comes about by chance" written on a piece of paper, you will not imagine they formed when ink was spilled on it. Every person of intelligence will think they were written by someone. Evolutionists' claims regarding the formation of the information inside DNA are just as totally illogical as saying that the letters on the piece of paper came about by chance.
Even the most developed computer is the product of a wisdom and intellect
that have written and installed the programs to operate it, and then used
it. Likewise, the cell, DNA and the RNAs in it, and the human being made
up of these cells are nothing but the works of the One who created them
as well as what they do. No matter how perfect, complete and striking
the work is, the wisdom always lies with the owner of the work.
If you saw one meaningful sentence in your notebook on the table, you
would be curious to know who wrote it. You would never think that the
notebook and the pen or the ink came together with the effect of the wind
and wrote this sentence. In DNA, we are talking about billions of pieces
of information each of which is crucial for a human being.
So, why don't we ask the same question about the cell? If the information
in the notebook or the computer was written by someone, then who "wrote"
DNA, which has a far superior and more advanced technology, is designed
in the most perfect manner, created, and placed in the tiny cell, which,
by itself, is another miracle? Besides, to date it has not lost any of
the properties which it has had for thousands of years. What can be more
important for you than to question by whom and why these cells, that function
non-stop so that you may read these lines, see, breathe, think, in brief,
exist and continue to exist, have been brought into being?
Is not the answer to this question that which, in life, you must wonder
about most? One sees great design, planning and order, from the sun in
the sky to the DNA in one's body. To think that any of these things could
be the work of chance is an unacceptable claim, one that is impossible
to take seriously.