Robert Melashenko, M.D. and
Michael Webster, M.D. Guest Authors
Virus parasites cause disease.
Cutting-edge science indicates invasive
Foreign DNA is corrupting the human genome.
Hijacked DNA corrupts the genome leading to disastrous results The Bible tells us something went wrong, very wrong, at the beginning of man’s perfect existence. It’s called “sin.” It also offers the “good news” that God has intervened to make things right again.
This is an ongoing process.
The Biblical description of sin depicts it as a global disrupter of human existence on every functioning level. God’s “Book of Nature” helps answer “What went wrong” and “How is it fixed” by providing relevant observable data that correlates with both life sciences and the Bible.
“… to him that knows to do good, and does it not, to him it is sin.” “…As through one man sin entered into the world, and death through sin; and so death passed unto all men, for that all sinned.” “Everyone practicing sin also practices lawlessness, and sin is lawlessness.” First John sums things up saying any behavior outside the boundaries of the Law is “lawlessness.”
The Ten Commandments, composed of five “do’s” and five “do not’s,” is the law referenced as it reflects God’s perfect character.
What makes you “you”? And me, “me”?
Does our uniqueness reside in the building blocks (atoms or molecules) that compose our bodies? The obvious answer is: “No.” Atoms, which serve as building blocks for our human frame, are much like Lego blocks.
When you purchase a box of Lego blocks with a picture of a barnyard on its cover, an instruction sheet lists where blocks of different colors must be placed to build the barnyard. Since the green blocks are identical in size and shape, they are interchangeable. Same for the blacks, browns and reds. What matters is that you place a green block where the instruction sheet calls for green. It doesn’t matter which green block you choose. If one should break, it doesn’t matter which replacement block you choose, as long as the shape and color are the same as the one which was broken.
The same goes for the human body. The instruction sheet (the genome) sets the pattern for all the atoms and/or molecules in our bodies. Scientists have estimated that the atoms in our bodies change out, or are replaced, every 7 years. In our brains, it’s even faster, with the major metabolic proteins changing out as often as every 5 days.
It’s not the individual atoms that provide our uniqueness—it’s the “instruction sheet,” our individual genetic codes, our genomes, that makes you “you” and me “me”.
A 2006 article in the Public Library of Science describes how precisely our DNA codes everything about us. “By comparing cells from 43 unique positions that finely map the entire human body, the authors discovered that cells utilize a ZIP-code system to identify the cell’s position in the human body. The ZIP code for Stanford is 94305, and each digit hones in on the location of a place in the United States; similarly, cells know their location by using a code of genes.”
Although estimates vary, many scientists place the number of cells in a human body at over 100 trillion! And, each of these cells has a code—a directed specified space to occupy–just like the barnyard Lego blocks!
Its scientific fact that genetic diseases are directly produced by errors in the genetic code, but many people are unaware that most human maladies also are, in one way or another, dependent upon genetic processes—whether in the host or in an attacking pathogen.
According to the Bible, sin introduced disease into the human condition. It then follows, the human information system must harbor instructions for these sinful processes. Sin impacts the genetic code.
DNA is hereditary. So is sin.
“Why, as by one man sin entered into the world, and death by sin; and so death passed on all men, for that all have sinned.”
“Nevertheless death reigned from Adam to Moses, even over them that had not sinned after the similitude of Adam’s transgression, who is the figure of him that was to come.”
The human sperm is comprised of a protein coat with an attached flagellum and half a human genome…period. Nothing more, nothing less. Since sin is inherited, and the father contributes one-half of the inheritance—then the genome has to carry the sin-burdened information.
About two thirds of the DNA in the human genome has been added! Put another way, approximately two thirds of today’s human DNA was not there when the original genome was created.
An unknown amount of genetic material in the original code has been destroyed when the new, corrupted code was introduced. From the perspective of the genome, there has been a massive rewriting (consisting of both addition and deletion) of the information!
What or who caused the corrupted rewrite and how was it accomplished?
In the late 1940’s and early 1950’s, Barbara McClintock discovered that corn chromosomes changed shape when the corn stock was stressed. DNA from one chromosome would actually “jump” to another—whole sections of DNA would change locations between chromosomes. Not only did these chromosomal changes cause changes in the inner working of the corn kernels, it also changed drastically the kernel’s appearance—they changed color from yellow to shades of green and blue. But note: the changes did not involve evolutionary transformation to a new and different life kind.
McClintock called the “jumping” DNA controlling elements. Other names such as jumping genes, junk DNA and silent DNA have also been applied to these mobile genetic elements (MGE’s). (McClintock’s term did not survive, but was clearly the most accurate).
This is an excerpt from a chapter of the 2016 Edition
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