Theory:

As discussed previously, the earth was earlier assumed as a hot gaseous mass that led to the origin of life when cooled.
Many theories explain the origin of life, and some of them are as follows:
Theory of special creation:
The theory of special creation proposed that a supernatural power created life. Hence it is called life on earth as a divine creation. It also stated that the diversity among living organisms was always the same from the creation time and will continue to be the same.
 
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Earth centred view of universe
  
This theory has the following connotations:
  • All living organisms were created similarly. Hence, there are no differences in their appearances.
  • They were created in the way they exist, and there is no evolution.
  • Their bodies and organs are fully developed to meet the demands of life. Hence, there is no adaptation.
Objections against the theory of special creation:
  • It is a theory that was proposed purely on religious belief.
  • They are no scientific evidence to support the theory.
  • The age of various fossils demonstrates that biological organisms appeared on Earth at various times.
As this theory lacked scientific evidence, it was not accepted.
Reference:
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