Buck...if you state that life can not come from non-life, then you DO say that life from non-life is impossible. The two statements say the same things.<quoted text>
You changed your story.
You said he is "almost certainly wrong" that life cannot come from non-life.
You also mis-state my position. Nowhere did I say it was impossible.
So far, there is o (zero) evidence of abiogenesis. Yet you claim it is almost certain.
You are making a faith claim. You are a religious materialist.
And a dishonest one. Say 10 Hail Darwins.
But, as usual, you think that if you use different words, the meaning is necessarily different. This has always been a mistake of yours. Over and over you say, "I never said..." when you in fact did say ... but used synonymous language.
And your claim for 0 evidence of abiogenesis is flat out false. It is you that is lying. I have seen your arguments against evidence of any sort. Almost nothing but logical fallacies. Despite how badly you want there to be no evidence, the evidence does exist. You are just swimming up a river in Egypt.
And you are quite wrong Buck. There is both evidence and logic behind thinking abiogenesis is possible. But since you understand neither evidence nor logic, it does not surprise me you fail to see it. You see only what you want and for some who-knows-why reason you want to see things in a fundamentalist Christian light.
For someone who claims to not be a Christian, you sound ever so Christian in your beliefs.