What I See and What I Don’t

What I See and What I Don't

“For by Him all things were created that are in heaven and that are on earth,
visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or principalities
or powers. All things were created through Him and for Him.
And He is before all things, and in Him all things consist”
– Colossians 1:16-17 –

The origin of life is like a war between two gardens. The Garden of Eden represents those who believe that the human being was created by God in His image and likeness. The zoological garden represents those who believe that the human being was the result of a long evolutionary process. The former argue that the creature has devolved because of sin; the latter claim that it has evolved from a lesser being to a higher one. The paradox is that some think that the last position is totally endorsed by science, while the former requires faith to support it.

However, it is worth nothing that true science points toward the existence of God and validates faith in Him.

Arthur Compton, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1927, said: “Faith begins with the realization that a supreme intelligence gave being to the universe and created man. I have no trouble having that faith, because the order and intelligence of the cosmos bear witness to the most sublime declaration ever made: ‘In the beginning, God created.’ 

Ernst Boris Chain, winner of the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1945, said: “The probability that the origin of DNA molecules took place by pure chance is simply too minuscule to be considered seriously.”

Arthur L. Schawlow, the co-inventor of the laser, who shared the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1981, stated, “As one if face-to-face with the wonders of life and the universe, he inevitably wonders why the only possible andwers are religious… I need God both in the universe and in my own life.

Derek Barton, who shared the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1969, said, “There is no incompatibility between science and religion… Science demonstrates the existence of God.”

Albert Einstein, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1921, argued, “I barely trace the line that flow from God.”

Paul said that all things were creted in Christ and that He was before all things and that all thiings consist in Him.

“The hand that sustains the worlds in space,
the hand that holds in their orderly arrangement
and tireless activity all things throughout the universe of God,
is the hand that was nailed to the cross for us” (Education, p. 132).