The Heavens Declare

Today’s journal entry. I’m currently rereading one of my favorite books, Lee Strobel’s The Case for a Creator. Maybe I’ll make more pages to cover all my favorite parts of the book.

I used to think that science and faith are incompatible. It’s not something I verbalize or look closer into. I just grew up shrinking away from all the unpleasantness that usually came with the topic. At church, most of the preachers I listened to talked about science as if it’s the enemy to faith. I personally didn’t give it too much thought. I kept science and faith in separate compartments, so to speak. Until I read this book. After the first time I read it, I find myself rereading every once in a while. All the details about the world around us are just mesmerizing and awe-inspiring. Everything from the delicately choreographed orbits of the planets around us to the information written in every single cell in our body…all of it amazes me. The more I learn about the world through science, the more I learn about the Creator, and the more worshipful my heart becomes.

“The heavens declare the glory of God, and the sky above proclaims his handiwork.” Psalm 19:1

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