Our great creator

Photography by Joluise

When we hear the music, we know there was a composer
When we read coherent writing, we know there was an author.
How much more does this principle apply to the detailed information contained in the DNA of every living creature? 


Why do so many believe that there was no author, no composer in the creation of our world?
Because it requires complete faith in the word of God.  Nothing we see, or smell or touch was created randomly. Nothing. So many random acts can not create the order we see today in the array of animals and plants we have. 


In the beginning God created
the heavens and the earth

-Genesis1:1


Quote (in italic) is from The Battle for the Beginning:
Creation, Evolution and the Bible by John MacArthur (p. 137)


Comments

  1. Amen! Do you ever visit Answers in Genesis dot org? I love that website. My step-dad who just came for a visit will be having lunch with Mr. MacArthur next week. It will be a great honor for him.

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    1. Yes, I have visited the website and found it very interesting. The book I mentioned above was excellent and I would highly recommend it.

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  2. It is an amazing thought how people don't believe in a creator. This has been a big discussion in our homeschool the last couple of weeks as we are studying creation. My son said he is going to invent a bomb, go outside and smash it down and there will be a new Toyota car all in one order.

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    1. Your son is very funny but its very true!!!

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  3. I recently heard a guy claiming he goes out and admires the beauty of the universe and marvels at it, even though he was an atheist. (Q & A I think) I couldn't help thinking "The heavens declare the glory of God and the earth shows forth his handiwork." It seemed to me his soul was rejoicing in the creation and yet he refused to acknowledge the creator. Or that this beautiful earth of order and detail was indeed no random event. It makes me sad. I love your photograph, Jo and all the beautiful flowers on your side bar.

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    1. You can't help but look at the beauty and order (some so amazing it can't be understood) and its impossible to see how it can all be an "accident" or "random". Thankyou, flowers are so beautiful, part of Gods wonderful creation.

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  4. This is true. It boggles the mind that people can recognize the "creator" principle in all man-made things, but when it comes to God-made things they totally deny it.

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  5. Very true!
    It reminds me of this saying "If we could see the beauty of a single flower clearly, our whole life would be changed"....
    I always took that to mean how could we NOT believe in God if we really stopped to think about it! :-)

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  6. Yes it's amazing how nature declares the glory of God yet many deny His existence.

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    1. I was looking at the great variety of trees the other day and wondered how the different types (that are in the right place to cope with their particular climate) could possibly be random. It just doesn't make any sense.

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