Science never can prove life’s origins

Editor, The News:

Re: Darwin’s Law applies to bacteria, (The News, Aug. 19.)

D.M.S. Watson, a professor of zoology and comparable anatomy at the University of London, and an evolutionist (now deceased) stated, “Evolution is accepted by zoologists not because it has been observed to occur or can be proved by logically coherent evidence to be true, but because the only alternative, special creation, is clearly incredible.”

It was honest of him to enter human nature, atheism and bias into the mix.

The whole debate is unimportant to people who believe in God, many who are highly educated, for example, C.S. Lewis, a professor of medieval and renaissance literature at Cambridge University, also a Christian writer of many books, for example The Chronicles of Narnia, (now deceased.) I guess both men now know if they were on the right side. It’s a matter of faith, belief or unbelief, and science can never prove either one.

Cherryl Katnich,

Maple Ridge