Rare Tumor Syndrome - Neurofibromatosis (NF1) - What Causes It?
February 9, 2017
Mutations strike again. More evidence that mutations destroy and degrade genetic information, which is the complete opposite of what macro-evolution teaches - that mutations create new and functional genetic information.
The below article states, "NF1, the disorder caused by NF1 mutations, usually appears during childhood. Symptoms can vary in severity, but they include café au lait spots, which are flat, brown spots on the skin. Other symptoms include tiny nodules on the iris of the eye, nerve tumors, bone deformities such as a curved spine or a bowed lower leg, and optic gliomas, tumors of the optic nerve. Kids with NF1 also can have learning disabilities".
Evolution would say that mutations are good, but can this really be said given the observations we see day in and day out? It is obvious mutations are bad and every generation accumulates more than the last. What does this say about the beginning? It says originally there were no mutations. There was a perfect genome and design. The question is what caused mutations to start happening? The Bible says it was our rejection of God's instructions (or sin). The picture you see below is the result of that original sin.
The Good News is that God will correct all those mutations! However you must accept the gift that God provided - Christ's punishment for that sin.
Click the image below to read a scientific article to support this statement.
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