SIR ISAAC NEWTON had an exact replica of our solar system made in miniature. The planets revolved around the sun, all geared together by rods, cogs and belts. It was a magnificent structure which drew praise from all.
A visitor, whose philosophy was known to Newton, marvelled at the device, and asked who made it. Sir Isaac simply replied “Nobody”
The visitor objected strongly and Newton again insisted “Nobody made it. The bits and pieces just happened to come together and started revolving in their set orbits with perfect timing, never changing.”
The visitor became angry, insisting that it could not be. Sir Isaac quietly said, “Well, if you can go from here, look at nature around you and believe that it just happened, you can also believe that this precise work of art just happened without a creator.”
THE VISITOR GOT THE MESSAGE. DO YOU?
The chance that the universe came into being by other than direct creation
is comparable with the chance
that a tornado sweeping through a junkyard
might assemble a ready-to-fly Boeing 747 as it passed.
A house testifies there was a builder;
a car demands there was a manufacturer.
So the world, by its existence, proclaims its Creator: God.
the uncreated Creator of everything.
“In the beginning, GOD created the heavens and the earth”
“The heavens declare the glory of God”