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Wondering What to Believe?

  1. Does Nature Give Proof of God?
    8 Digging Deeper
  2. Can I Hear God's Voice?
    8 Digging Deeper
  3. Who is God?
    8 Digging Deeper
  4. Who Wrote the Bible?
    8 Digging Deeper
  5. Can I Trust the Bible?
    7 Digging Deeper
  6. Is there a Right and Wrong?
    7 Digging Deeper
  7. Why Does God Allow Evil?
    9 Digging Deeper
  8. Who Am I?
    7 Digging Deeper
  9. What is the Meaning of Life?
    7 Digging Deeper
  10. Does God Love Me?
    5 Digging Deeper

All the computers in the world linked together cannot duplicate the complexity and intricacy of the human brain. If a computer cannot make itself, or evolve from a pile of plastic, glass, wires and metal, why would we think that the human brain could make itself or evolve from nothing? Have you considered the details in the human hand? No robotic hand can even come close to doing what the hand can do. That robotic hand had the mind, genius and intelligence of its designer and creator behind it. Have you looked at a chart of the eye and studied the complexity of the eye? What about DNA and the long line of genes that combine to make every human on earth uniquely different? What about the timing of the universe that is so exact and precise that astronomers can predict to the nanosecond the movement of the earth and its position a year or a hundred years from now? Have you examined a cell or a single drop of water under an electron microscope? The complexity in them equals the complexity of the solar system.

God’s majesty and his works are beyond our understanding. God said to Job, “God thunders wondrously with his voice;
    he does great things that we cannot comprehend” (Job 37:5).

How do you feel when you consider God’s marvelous creation? Here’s what God told Job that still speaks to us today:

“God is clothed with awesome majesty.
 The Almighty—we cannot find him;
    he is great in power;
    justice and abundant righteousness he will not violate.
 Therefore men fear him;
    he does not regard any who are wise in their own conceit” (Job 37:22-24).