I have often heard people say that modern scientific theories have a diminishing effect on God the divine creator. Why? could it be because evolution appears to be contrary to account of the creation as recorded in the Bible’s book of Genesis. Could it be because people believe that naturally occurring processes in nature take away from the miraculous power of God? Whatever the reason, there has always been a tension visible between science and the nature of God.
I wish to express my love for both science and God. I believe that God is the master of science. He created all of the naturally occurring processes found in the universe. Thus allowing his matchless power to be seen all over the universe while being able to be a single entity of who’s image we are created (as stated in the Bible). We know that God is all knowing all powerful, and that he continues to expand the universe. We also know that God is a single entity. If God were not a single entity, we would not be created in his image.
I believe that science only supports the idea of a designer. Have you ever taken a biology class? Have you ever seen how many parts there are to a cell. There are literally millions of tiny parts and genetic codes that make up one single cell. These little miracles are pieced together ever so intricately. If one little thing was out of order in this small but still very complicated organism, the cell would not give way to life. I find it very hard to believe that even the most basic single celled organisms that were said to be among the first life forms on this Earth, could still assemble all of that DNA code so perfectly, then piece together the nucleus, chromatin, ribosomes, mitochondria, microfilaments, lysosomes, and on and on, without some kind of an outside presence to put the pieces together so perfectly.
This is one of the many examples I will outline in the next few articles to come. Basically I will show you why you have a greater chance of winning the lottery 10 times in a row then you have of being alive without a God.