"In a search for answers of the origin of life by an unguided natural process, science often contradicts itself and nullifies its own theories.
Again, Morris makes a blanket statement without backing it up with anything."
I made this statement, not Morris. It was in reference to this here:
"Allowing for the fact that this may trouble the spiritual notions of some people, scientists have nevertheless set about trying to determine how the chemistry on an early Earth might have combined into complicated building blocks of life, and from there began to show Darwinian-like evolutionary behavior."
“In his lab, Szostak has had some success in trying to replicate life. His group is trying to build self-replicating protocells out of the chemical bath that scientists believe was available when Earth's first life emerged about [3.8 billion] years ago.”
“After the dinosaurs died out, nearly [65 million] years passed before people appeared on Earth.”
"There is now widespread evidence that a meteorite impact was at least the partial cause for this extinction."
If some random cataclysmic event completely exterminated the race of dinosaurs, did it devastate all life on Earth? If so, the chemistry on an early Earth necessary to combine into complicated building blocks of life no longer exists. Naturalism, while a plausible and a logically consistent worldview, ultimately runs into too many difficulties to be taken seriously as an unguided process through which life originated. The existence of a supreme being allows the most explanatory power with the fewest non-trivial assumptions.