A specific chemical in our blood called hemoglobin carries oxygen throughout our bodies. Without this specific chemical, life could not exist. Each one of our red blood cells is capable of carrying 270 million molecules of hemoglobin. Hemoglobin itself is such a tremendously complex molecule that it could never have developed by random-chance processes. If even two of the 287 amino acids within the hemoglobin molecule are misplaced, a fatal disease called sickle-cell anemia results. If our blood carried less hemoglobin, there would not be enough residual oxygen available to sustain life after, say, a good sneeze or hard pat on the back.

Moses spoke about the blood being the life of our body, yet this wasn't even believed in George Washington's day. Doctors tried to cure George Washington of his illness by draining his blood. Many believe this medical malpractice is what killed him. It is interesting that Moses knew better almost 4,000 years earlier. How could Moses have been so accurate? Was it just a lucky guess?

From A Closer Look at the Evidence by Kleiss, December 5.

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