Any appeal to accidental processes to accomplish an unbelievable coincidence is really just an appeal to unbelievable coincidence.
“Nylon-eating bacteria? What the heck?” you say. “Why does this matter?”
It’s surprising to reflect that no scientist up till now had fully shared his own experience in rethinking Darwinism.
Leisola describes a humble example — the enzymes in washing powder we use in the laundry, with the ability to degrade proteins.
Francis Schaeffer described what he called the “line of despair,” an assumption that faith and reason are separated from each other permanently.