The Immune System and Dendritic Cells - Very Complex
May 5, 2017
The immune system is perhaps the greatest example of design in biology. It is sophisticated and made up of many components. The below linked article focuses on dendritic cells. The article state, "Dendritic cells represent an important component of the immune system: they recognize and engulf invaders, which subsequently triggers a pathogen-specific immune response". It goes on to state, "Dendritic cells -- their name is derived from the large amount of dendrites on their cell surface -- populate most parts of the human body. There they act as guards by recognizing, engulfing, and processing foreign pathogens. Finally, those dendritic cells migrate to nearby lymph nodes, where they interact with other immune cells to trigger a pathogen-specific immune response. Consequently, dendritic cells play an important role within the complex immune system".
Is it possible that a complex multi-component system, which integrates into the larger system of the human body came about by random chance? Or is a better explanation is that it was designed? The obvious answer is that it was certainly designed because that is what our observation of other complex systems tell us. If you deny this, it is because you ignore the facts due to your blind faith in microbes to man evolution and your commitment to the religion of naturalism.
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