I know – at first blush, it seems laughable, doesn’t it?But hey, the geniuses who made this discovery are from Johns Hopkins University.
But then when you think about it, it makes sense: All the best “science” says that life itself, and the very universe we live in, came about because of blind chance. These days, they're even pinning the blame for extinction on the same phenomena. So why not a prominent cause of human death?
Still, it blows my mind. These same scientists who scoff at biblical explanations for all such phenomena -- although they can't be bothered to study the original source material – eagerly grasp blind chance as their go-to explanation for all that happens.
This modern scientific trend is especially interesting when you consider the question of forever. In addition to providing lucid, logical and detailed explanations for our world and our lives, the Bible claims that its content determines where each of us will spend eternity. Whereas science can only add “nowhere” to “bad luck” in its theory of everything.
So let me ask you this: whose explanation makes the most sense? You be the judge.
But given what’s at stake, you’d be wise to avoid basing your conclusion on hearsay; check out the original research for yourself. Here's the "science" (sorry, but you have to subscribe to Science magazine to see the whole thing) ... and here's the truth.