Sure... it's persuasive for people looking for anything they can to support their unsupportable religious claims.<quoted text>I'll ignore your patronizing tone and refer you to a paper by Jerry Bergman titled, "Why the Miller-Urey Research Argues Against Abiogenesis". I am aware that Bergman's work is not without its critics, but I find his work very persuasive.
"Gerald R.Jerry Bergman is a young earth creationist affiliated with the Institute for Creation Research, as well as a signatory to the CMI list of scientists alive today who accept the biblical account of creation. He has a doctorate in human biology from Columbia Pacific University, a nonaccredited correspondence school that was ordered to cease operations in California in 1999 by the Marin County Superior Court."
Yeah... I'm sure he's a stellar example of the honesty/integrity of a typical creationists.
(yes... that last line is dripping with sarcasm)