>"If you are familiar with Hoyle the you should know that he and Chandra Wickramasingh the famous mathematician and astrophysist ..."
You know ... it would help to sound like you actually knew something about Wickramasinghe ... instead of just spouting something you read on a creationist web site ... if you actually would SPELL HIS NAME CORRECTLY.
Hoyle and Wickramasinghe were astrophysicists, not biochemists, and were not arguing against evolution but against *abiogenesis* and in favor of panspermia (the idea that life was seeded from outer space). Even so, very few people who actually understand biochemistry actually agree with such impossibly small odds.
I'll say it again, if you actually read Hoyle or Wickramasinghe, they were NOT arguing against evolution.
Nevertheless, creationists never hesitate to quote things they barely understand.
And they never hesitate to argue from authority. I doubt very much that you can cite the *basis* for Hoyle and Wickramasinghe's ridiculously low probability number, much less understand why it has no relationship to evolution. Your argument is nothing more than "these two are famous, so you should accept them as right."
And they never hesitate to use phrases like "we as christians" as if they spoke for Christians everywhere. As a Catholic, and thus member of the largest Christian denomination in the world, and one that officially finds NO conflict between evolution and faith, I particularly resent being told what "we as christians accept."