Genetic Entropy — the rapid destruction of the human genome

Calling someone a mutant is an insult because
mutations, which are copying mistakes in DNA, are almost always bad. In fact, we know many
mutations by the diseases they cause and, to make matters worse, more mutations are
added to the genome every year. In his recent book Genetic Entropy and the
Mystery of the Genome former Cornell University professor Dr John Sanford points out the seriousness
of this problem. He shows that mutations are rapidly decaying the information within the
human genome. However, this is surprising because, according
to evolutionary theory, mutations coupled with natural selection is the means by which
new information arises. But according to Sanford, if mutation and selection cannot preserve
the information already in the genome it’s difficult to imagine how it created all that
information in the first place. To find out more from Creation Ministries International
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