As a scientist I believe that science cannot explain miracles. As a person of fourteen years of climbing the spiritual ladder, I believe that miracles cannot explain science. However my unshakable belief in God instructs me that God created our world through scientific miracles. One of these scientific miracles was God’s creation of Adam as a youth almost 6,000 years ago without the need for fertilization of a mother’s egg by a father’s sperm. A second scientific miracle, which I consider actually to be a miracle within a miracle, was the creation of Adam’s soul mate, Eve, from the flesh of one of Adam’s ribs; a feat that we humans today may never be able to duplicate through genetic cloning.

Thinking strictly with our human brain, we might feel intellectually insulted that the Bible insinuates that a human being can be created directly as a teenager or twenty year old. That human being is of course Adam of the Garden of Eden with no mention of parents who procreated to give rise to baby Adam in the normal course of an egg and sperm fertilization. Thinking instead like God with His boundless Omnipotence, we might momentarily let go of our logical reasoning human mind to accept that God actually did create Adam out of the stardust and subsequently planted him in the Garden of Eden. How can this possibly be? Human scientific knowledge has not even come close to understanding this possibility; yet who are we to doubt God’s limitless abilities? Why should we look for explanations in the physical world? Why not look for answers in God’s spiritual world?

In all fairness to ourselves, there have been serious attempts by scientists to understand how life could begin from pre-biotic molecules suspected to be present on the primitive earth before life began. Without these smaller molecules, it’s impossible to make the larger molecules such as proteins and nucleic acids. One of these attempts was by Stanley Miller who conducted brilliant experiments to recreate conditions in the laboratory like those found four and a half billion years ago when the earth formed. However neither Miller nor anyone else has been able to produce a complete set of smaller organic molecules that would be required as building blocks to make our life-essential proteins and nucleic acids. Amino acids, for example, are needed to make proteins but how does one produce our bodies amino acids from either the gaseous atmosphere or the stardust present at the dawn of the earth’s formation? God must have been able to do this because He not only produced proteins and nucleic acids, He miraculously made a complete human being.

Scientist Stanley Miller cleverly employed electric discharge activation in his laboratory experiments because he thought that it approached the energy of ultraviolet light. Miller believed that ultraviolet light would have been the best source of energy on the primitive earth. Although butterflies can actually see ultraviolet light, humans need to use a special lamp and look in the darkness in order to see a structure that emits ultraviolet rays. Although there are many unanswered questions in these scientific studies, I was intrigued by the ultraviolet light because this light can be seen as blue with the lamp. Maybe God provided the right kind of Light Energy under the right conditions and maybe Miller was on the right track.

The Human Adam and Eve:
When God made Adam out of the dust, I believe He didn’t use just ordinary sagebrush. He used stardust from the four corners of the earth. Aside from Adam’s creation from the stardust, are there any differences between the human body of Adam and other human male beings? The Bible gives us no reason to doubt that Adam is typical of all male human beings. When Adam and Eve were told to leave the Garden of Eden for falling prey to the persuasiveness of the Devil, Eve gave birth to Cain and Abel in a difficult pregnancy. Adam tilled the land and they ate the food they harvested suggesting that they had normal digestive tracts. Adam and Eve were soul mates and they loved each other like couples love each other today - from their hearts.

God not only had to provide all the attributes of the human body, He also had to instill Adam and Eve with a certain genetic composition that would be passed down to their descendants. Did God create an entirely new genetic composition for Adam and Eve or did He choose a composition from already existing humans that had evolved and were evolving through Evolution long before Adam and Eve came into being through Creation? My guess would be that the latter is true, as modern Evolution humans, Homo sapiens sapiens, are a scientific experiment that God began some 50,000 years earlier than Adam and Eve. God with His incredible limitless Light Energy intelligence would already have a blueprint for Creation humans, Adam and Eve, since He had created Evolution humans much earlier. God thus created DNA and understood its structure thousands of years before Francis Crick and James Watson in modern times discovered that DNA was a double helix and won the Nobel Prize for their discoveries. Shouldn’t we give God much more credit for our world than we do or at the very least believe that He exists? Even the most ardent scientist has no definitive proof to tell us the origins of our DNA.

The Miracle of Eve:
God was the first genetic cloner. He created Eve from the flesh of Adam’s rib. This in itself was a miracle but it’s actually a miracle within a miracle since Eve should have been a boy, an identical twin of Adam, if Adam’s YDNA was duplicated along with all of Adam’s DNA. Yet a female was created which was very important since Adam and Eve gave rise to descendants through traditional egg-sperm fertilization during the nine month pregnancy birth process.

We all are aware that researchers in very recent years have cloned genetically bio-identical animals and it would be to no one’s surprise that commercial companies would be right now engaged in trying to clone a human being for notoriety and profit motives. What are the possibilities that they will succeed? It’s my opinion that there is a zero percent chance of cloning another human being since it’s my belief that we are all endowed by God with Divine soul energy that like oxygen is a vitality force necessary to keep us alive. You might recall from the biblical account that God breathed a living soul into Adam before Adam could become alive. He likely did the same for Eve. How would scientists ever create a soul? They would need to know God’s secret formula of Energy.

It is generally believed that when a fetus is naturally born as a baby without medical problems, its lungs fill up with oxygen from the air. The fluid in the lungs from the pregnancy is removed through the blood and lymph systems and is replaced by the air. There is an exchange of incoming oxygen with outgoing carbon dioxide. Might I suggest that birth also requires a so far unidentified factor ― Divine soul energy ― to actively pull oxygen into the baby’s lungs. Might I further suggest that a certain percentage of soul energy is required to remain alive.

Final Thoughts:
Why would God go to all this effort to demonstrate His miracles? Perhaps the Garden of Eden has other lessons for us to learn. Perhaps we need to look past the Garden of Eden to see what came down the road after the miracle of Adam and Eve. Without the Creation of Adam and Eve, the future would never have been possible. There would be no Moses and the Ten Commandments. There would be no Jesus and Christianity.

God’s thoughts and God’s ways are not our thoughts nor our ways. God thinks and plans thousands even billions of years in advance. What kind of awesome intelligence and power would be able to accomplish the impossible? Given the state of evil in our world and if we believe that our God is not a good God, why hasn’t God returned us to stardust, which He could easily do in the millisecond of time that He created Adam? My intuition is that it’s because, for better or for worse, God made a Covenant with human beings a long time ago at the time of Noah’s Ark ― that He would never again destroy human beings as He did with the Flood. A Covenant however requires that both parties live up to their agreement. There is nothing in the Bible that says that if the Covenant is not fulfilled, God has to intervene to save man from man’s destruction of man.

Author's Bio: 

Dr. Jerry Pollock is Professor Emeritus from Stony Brook University on Long Island where for thirty years he was an academic and research scientist publishing seventy-five scientific articles including seven patents. He holds bachelors and masters degrees in Pharmacy from the University of Toronto, a PhD in Biophysics from the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel, and has postdoctoral training in Microbiology from New York University Medical Center. Marcia Pollock is deceased and held a bachelors degree in psychology from Stony Brook University and a Master of Arts in Special Education from C. W. Post University on Long Island. Marcia and Jerry are the coauthors of their recently published unique book, “Putting God Into Einstein’s Equations: Energy of the Soul.” Jerry wrote from our earthly world and Marcia’s soul suggested and confirmed from the spirit world. For more information about the authors and their writings please visit our website by going to any one of three URLS:,, or If you enjoy our writings, please go to our nonprofit website, or and make a donation.May the Shechinah (Divine Presence) be with you.