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Logic & Light | The Anthropological Argument (argument for God from the uniqueness of humanity)

November 19, 2017

“…For purposes of this discussion, we will set aside the fact that humans sharing 98% of our DNA with chimpanzees is not strictly accurate. Technically, the 98% only refers to the protein coding portion of our DNA.10 However, roughly 97% of DNA is non-coding! Geneticists used to believe this non-coding DNA was simply leftover from previous evolutionary steps and was termed “junk DNA.” They have now discovered that is not the case and that so-called “junk DNA” is very important. So really, we share 98% of 3% of our DNA…”

Source: Logic & Light | The Anthropological Argument

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