“If God were small enough to be understood, He would not be big enough to be worshiped.”(1) Evelyn Underhill.
Secular scientists and institutions teach that the creation of life on earth was a random, accidental event. Though such a thing defies all logic and probability, it is nevertheless taught as a supposed “scientific fact”. In 1993, Michael Behe introduced the concept of irreducible complexity (IC), as a solid proof against evolution (2). In a variety of manners secular writers have argued against (but never disproven) his initial arguments. IC is unpopular, but its basic premise is logical, sound, and supportable. It is in fact infinitely more probable and likely to be true than ANY version of evolution. And Behe’s resarch is now being validated. Michael Eggnor notes that Behe’s research has contributed to recent Nobel prizes in Biochemistry, and he notes that“No Nobel Prize has ever been awarded for Darwinian research, and there’s a reason for that. Darwinism denies purpose in biology, and denial of biological purpose is a catastrophic impediment to science.”(3) (This was true at the time it was written. Further discussion will ensue on the 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry)
As science advances, we have found more, not less, evidences of the absolutely enormous complexity of living things. However the answer by secular scientists is always the same… “Evolution must have happened, we just don’t understand it yet”. And there is a certain beauty and elegance to this argument. It assumes a positive and growing body of human knowledge, and it assumes the eventual ability of mankind to overcome all obstacles to knowledge… even the knowledge of our very origins. This, from a humanistic and scientific position, is very appealing. But as we can discuss later, it is also dangerous in its potential for unreasonable pride and arrogance about our limited human abilities. But the question is not whether it is appealing. Is it true?
There are thousands of incomprehensibly complex systems at the cellular level. Complexity is a hallmark of the microscopic biological world. Molecular biologist Michael Denton wrote, “Although the tiniest bacterial cells are incredibly small, weighing less than 10-12 grams, each is in effect a veritable micro-miniaturized factory containing thousands of exquisitely designed pieces of intricate molecular machinery, made up altogether of one hundred thousand million atoms, far more complicated than any machinery built by man and absolutely without parallel in the non-living world.” 
Perhaps since the secular academic community has learned to pat itself on the back for mounting a few (albeit weak and insufficient) arguments to Behe’s theory of Irreducible Complexity, we should introduce another concept. I will call it Absolutely Incomprehensible Complexity.
You see, the entire idea that humanity can comprehend life or the cosmos is absurd. It is as ridiculous as a machine talking back to it’s maker. The layers upon layers of complexity represented at every level by DNA, RNA, proteins, fats, glycogen, mitochondria, cell membranes, plasma, electrolytes, semipermeable membranes, and all the necessary substrates for life and growth are quite literally incomprehensible. Every time biologists find an explanation for one thing, another layer of complexity is found. Science has not brought us closer to understanding the mystery of life. Science just makes us much more aware of the mysteriousness of life.
When microbiologists and biochemists began to sequence proteins, they found that the proteins function was more from its shape than from its chemical content. This discovery tell us that minor modifications (evolutionary steps) are virtually impossible in proteins. (Because one could alter a protein’s shape tens of thousands of ways that make it dysfunctional or even lethal, before finding a single alteration that might have a “new and improved” function.)
Recently it has been discovered that the genetic code of DNA is almost a Rubik’s cube of complexity. It is so complex that one area of DNA can code for more than one protein, or have multiple expressions.(5) One cannot randomly alter one, or a few atoms via mutation, without having adverse effects on multiple biologic systems. If a frog wanted to evolve into a lizard, each step forward could quite literally cause two or three steps backward! Evolution, as always, cannot withstand the facts. Life is not just Irreducibly Complex, it is Absolutely Incomprehensibly Complex.
And this is exactly what we would expect from an infinite, omniscient, and omnipotent Creator God. As the Bible states in John 1: 3 “Through him all things were made; without him nothing was made that has been made.”
(4)Michael Denton, “Evolution: A Theory in Crisis,” 1986, p. 250.