oh look, a Muslim creationist lies.
It isn’t Ilya Prigogine lying, it is our friends over Blogging Theology. Now, how did I know to question this false claim? Well, Dr. Prigogine signed the Humanist Manifesto in 2003. Rather unlikely that someone like this would be an authority that a theist would run to, right? It stank of a lie.
this is what the real quote is:
“The statistical probability that organic structures and the most precisely harmonized reactions that typify living organisms would be generated by accident, is zero.”Ilya Prigogine (Chemist-Physicist) Recipient of two Nobel Prizes in chemistry I. Prigogine, N. Gregair, A. Babbyabtz, Physics Today 25, pp. 23-28
The statement is misquoted and removed from context so as to inaccurately simplify and overstate the authors’ statement.
The exact phrase is (see also above):
The probability that at ordinary temperatures a macroscopic number of molecules is assembled to give rise to the highly ordered structures and to the coordinated functions characterizing living organisms is vanishingly small. The idea of spontaneous genesis of life in its present form is therefore highly improbable, even on the scale of the billions of years during which prebiotic evolution occurred…
Theists are often lazy and almost always making false claims. How pathetic when their holy books tell them not to lie. Poor Paul has failed to listen ““Lying is not permitted except in three cases: a man speaking to his wife to make her happy; lying in times of war; and lying in order to reconcile between people.”” and “
“O you who believe! Fear Allah, and be with those who are true (in words and deeds).”(9:119)”
Tsk, lying just like a regular ol’ conservative Christian.