I started doing research on blood types as I became more curious about the characteristics of a fetus in the mother’s belly. If you’d like to read my post about that topic, click here. It actually came from a thought I had as I woke up one morning…
Abortion is an attempt by the mother to remove herself from the situation. But all she accomplishes is removing someone else from the situation.
As I thought more about the classification of blood (Type A, B, O, etc), it struck me that this, too, is evidence of a grand design.
As I understand it, wouldn’t evolution (as an opposition to “creationism”) be the most simplest form of progress becoming the standard, or norm? For instance, as beings evolve, it would make sense to me that all creatures of the human kind would have the same exact code when it comes to blood. Similar to cars… whether you have a Volvo or a Chevrolet, they all use the same fuel. Now, I know there are exceptions because of diesel and electric, but you understand my point, right? The easiest thing to do for the survival of car-kind is for all the vehicles to use the same fuel. A universal lifeline.
This is how evolution would go, isn’t it? How would something as complicated and intricate as the tiny blood cells ever continue in an evolutionary way, and why? Why do these differences continue to exist?
These tiny differences that mean a whole lot are part of God’s signature. We are all created equal, but there is so much attention to detail in these crazy, amazing human bodies we live in. In evolution, there wouldn’t be any attention to detail. It would just be about survival of the species.
I mean, the fact that a person with type A blood cannot receive a blood transfusion from a person with type B blood is fascinating. Similarly, blood transfusions between species certainly leads to death. I haven’t explored why there are these blood type differences, but just the fact that they exist is a beautiful gesture of divine work.
This is an ongoing thing because there is more learning to do, but I just wanted to share this and if you have anything to share with me, feel free to comment below… thanks for stopping by!
-Out of the Wilderness