Jazi, sawubona mfowethu. Ngithemba uphilile labanye bonke la enkundleni.
Jazi bengingathanda ukuthi break down your post besengiphendula one issue after the other. Unfortunately angisoze ngenelise ngenxa yesikhathi.
Firstly, I must point out that I agree with some of the things you wrote ngoba phela they are basic facts.
I actually took into consideration the chance you are talking about. Random mutations can be induced and different artificial conditions can be set or created. This is why I said why can’t they come up with a novel organism? The fact—as you rightly pointed out—that scientist would find the task impossible to achieve could be an indication that evolution, as explained by atheist, is highly unlikely. Angazi kumbe uyangithola.
Uthe ngiphumele egcekeni whether I am a creationist or theistic evolutionist. Umbono wami yilo: nxa umuntu ekhula, zinengi izinto asifundayo. Ezinye ngama facts kanti njalo ezinye yimibono lamaTheories abanye abantu. Facts are facts and you can’t just reject them. To reject them, you would have to prove them wrong, but since they are facts, they can’t be proved wrong. On the other hand, a theory or an opinion is just that and its up to an individual to either accept it as it is, (if it makes sense to them) reject it (if it doesn’t), modify it (if part of it makes sense), etc etc. am I a creationist or theistic evolutionist? I believe both with minor modifications. Like I said in other posts, I believe organisms where created with intrinsic ability to evolve. I believe we were made superior to all other organisms and hence our ability to manipulate them and the environment for our good. I don’t believe all organisms have a common ancestor. You might ague then and say I should probably come up with the term to describe what I believe.