Andrew Hodge ; “For the life of the flesh is in the blood” O SAYS
Leviticus 17: 11. Everyone knows that we must havenough blood flowing around our body or else our bodily functions
nough blood flowing around our body or else our bodily functions
deteriorate and we die. Yet for a long time the exact function of
blood was little understood. In what ways has modern science
shown Leviticus 17: 11 to be true?
Blood is fundamental to the function of every cell of every component
in our bodies. Cells need food to survive, grow, repair themselves and
to fulfill their specific functions, and, to reproduce. Cellular food is
transported in blood to provide energy for all the cells’ needs. As humans
are multicellular organisms, having separate specialized organs withighly sophisticated functions, transport and communication between
ighly sophisticated functions, transport and communication between
these structures is essential.
Creation 33( 3) 2011