Skip to content

Today's Creation Moment

Not a Fish Lizard
Genesis 1:20
“And God said, Let the waters bring forth abundantly the moving creature that hath life, and fowl that may fly above the earth in the open firmament of heaven.”
Like so many children over the last century, I was given a book about dinosaurs when I was a small boy. This book contained references to a number of extinct creatures other than dinosaurs, and one...

Life and Physics

Colossians 1:17
And he is before all things, and by him all things consist.

It is rumored that GK Chesterton said “When a man stops believing in God, he does not believe in nothing – he believes in anything”. Of course, the quote is somewhat inaccurate. It was actually said by Émile Cammaerts, in his book The Laughing Prophet: The Seven Virtues and G. K. Chesterton, and what Cammaerts actually said, in commenting on Chesterton’s views, was “The first effect of not Life and Physicsbelieving in God is to believe in anything”. Nevertheless, the point still holds. Stopping belief in God does not, as some would have it, lead to rational thought.

There is a study, known as astrobiology – the study of life in outer space. One might imagine that astrobiologists are not very busy, but, as we reported in another Creation Moments broadcast, there are those who believe that alien life is the explanation for life on Earth. It is unsurprising that such a conclusion should be reached, by those, whose philosophical starting point is that there is no God.

Those of us, who know the Bible as the correct starting point, say that it is unlikely that we will find life in outer space. That is because the Bible makes clear that the Earth is the Center of God’s purposes. He created the Earth, before He created all the other astronomical bodies. It is on the Earth that Jesus Christ was incarnate. And it is to the Earth that Jesus will one day return.

Heavenly Father, thank You for giving us this Earth, to be inhabited. Thank You that You designed it for us, and You placed us on it to look after it. Amen.