A Creationist Argument on the Origin of Life
This article holds a rare strong argument on the creationist view of life. It attempts to show us that not enough time has elapsed from the birth of the universe to allow for all the necessary trial and error in spontaneously creating and then mutating life to where we are today.
Though well written, there is one fatal flaw with its primary argument. The probability argument does not stand, because to beat it, all you need to do is to be "lucky." I will admit that in our case, we need to be really lucky. Despite the seemingly improbable odds however, it is still possible that one hits the jackpot on the first try. Just look at the lottery, there is almost always a winner. And we happen to be one of many lucky winners over time!