How did first life begin?

Fact: Empirical, operational, experimental
science is both observable and repeatable

by Terry Novich

First Life: How did it begin
 


Fact: Empirical, operational, experimental science is both observable and repeatable. 

Undeniably, that means it is impossible for empirical science to prove a miraculous, one-time, historical event. The emergence of first life is a miraculous one time historical event to both the creationist (who believes God exists and created life) and also to the evolutionist (who believes God does not exist.) Without any empirical proof we must take our starting assumption - God does exists or God does not exist - and from that assumption use all available facts to reach our conclusions about how first life began. Interestingly, empirical science definitively tell us that life cannot come from non-life. Therefore, to me, empirical science has, actually, already told us the correct answer to the question of first life.

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Life from non-life:
Does the origin of life require the supernatural?
Has the law of biogenesis (life begets life) been broken? Evolution says yes. However, when established scientific laws that describe the natural world are broken we recognize that as supernatural, or miraculous. So then, does the origin of life require the supernatural?