But here’s the crazy, crazy punch line. So. In 2004. I go to China to visit my brother, who’s a missionary teaching English, and he and I get in a conversation and he goes, “You know, Perry, I don’t really believe this Christianity thing anymore. And I’m about to be done being a missionary and I’m about to move back to the United States, and I’m done being a Christian already now.” And we’re both pastors kids. So this is a bit of a shock. And we get in an argument and I go, “Brian. Look at the hand at the end of your arm.
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This is a nice piece of Finland Mobile Database engineering. And I’m an engineer, and I should know. You don’t think this isn’t a random accumulation of accidents, do you?” And he goes, “Hold on.” And he comes right back at me with this kind of canned, like, I think everybody’s had this argument somewhere in their life. Like, “did it evolve through some random chance or did God did it?” This is the argument that we’re having and. It’s stalemated really quick. And I thought, you know what, I don’t know much about this.
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And I know a lot of biologists would agree with him, not me. So I’m going to go home and I’m going to figure this out and I’m going to stop arguing with my brother because we’re making ourselves Buy View Like miserable anyway. I don’t think we’re going to solve this today. And so I stopped arguing with them and I went home and I hit the books in like half the books behind me are there because of that conversation, and they’re all about biology and genetics and all this kind of stuff. And I was lost. It was like, I have never studied biology in any detail before.