Comment: Logic

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"To believe that the simplest self-replicating life-form of about 1,000 genes - made entirely of left-handed molecules - just magically coagulated from random atomic collisions and began reproducing is perverse comedy."

Why is that so "perversely" comedic? Instead of magically coagulating Adam and Eve out of thin air, he could more easily and logically created that original basic, primitive life form and given it the guidance to evolve into what we have today?

Isn't that more reasonable and all the fairy tale type explanations that defy logic and common sense? A lot less miracles necessary this way! :)

'Cause there's a monster on the loose