I think you ACTUALLY mean Pasteur's Law of Biogenesis.Christine M, take into account the law of biogenetics which states life comes from life.
Which was basically pointing out that fully-formed organisms (such as maggots in dead bodies) did not spontaneously appear, as was once previously thought. It has NOTHING to say about the gradual development of life via natural chemical processes. Something which happens every day all over the planet.
In short it's an argument against creationism.
Notice again how you got both the NAME of the concept wrong, as well as the concept wrong.
Your mythical fairy-tales do not invalidate science just like Harry Potter doesn't invalidate history.The creaton account invalidates that
Again, happens all over the world every day. EVERYTHING that makes up your body is formed out of matter that was previously NOT alive. Your parents ingested non-living material and converted it into living material.since life was created from nonliving matter
The problem you are unable to grasp is that ALL the way through the process, it's all chemistry. Life is chemistry. The non-living processes previous to life are also chemistry. So your claim is that chemistry makes chemistry, but chemistry definitely can't make chemistry. Don't worry, I know all this is going totally above your little head but at least everyone else will understand.
Oh, and according to your own rules, your own god breaks those exact same rules. A lifeform which does not come from a previous lifeform. A lifeform which isn't even a biological organism. A lifeform which doesn't even inhabit our universe, like every single other lifeform ever known does. So while the science will obviously fly straight over your head, I'm sure that even YOU can recognise your own hypocrisy here.