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The 7th & 8th grade science class is having a CELLabration! And what a blessing that LCA students learn every academic subject from a Biblical worldview!

From As illustrated in this chapter, living things are made up of cells. Cells contain many small and complicated parts including the instructions and mechanisms needed to reproduce. When examined closely, many components of cells serve no useful purpose unless they are complete. A cell cannot reproduce unless it contains both the complete replicating components and the DNA instructions used by the replicating components. In this basic sense any sort of living cell is, by its nature, irreducibly complex... Cold rational logic suggests that the evolutionary notion that irreducibly complex organs, cells, or even specialized and necessary proteins could be the product of beneficial chance mutation is utterly untenable.

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