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IMG_3868[1]“Cuan grande debe ser ese amor que produjo el bello tejido del universo, sin la ayuda de causa material alguna!  Esto proclama que es verdaderamente infinito: pues nada menos podria unir extremos tan distantes como el nada y el ser…Es por el Poder Divino que los objetos celestiales had rodado constantes en sus esferas por tantas edades, sin gastarse o salirse de su propio curso; y que los elementos tumultuosos han perseverado en su orden hasta el dia de hoy.  El preserva las alianzas de la naturaleza, pone fronteras al mar rugiente, y lo mantiene dentro de sus limites con una faja de arena.”

-Thomas Boston (1676-1732)

IMG_3868[1]“O how great must that power be, which produced the beautiful fabric of the universe, without the concurrence of any material cause! This proclaims it to be truly infinite: for nothing less could make such distant extremes as nothing and being to meet together. . . It is by the Divine Power that the heavenly bodies have constantly rolled about in their spheres for so many ages, without wearing or moving out of their proper course; and that the tumultuous elements have persisted in their order to this very day. He preserves the confederacies of nature, sets bounds to the raging sea, and keeps it within its limits by a girdle of sand.”

– Thomas Boston (1676-1732)

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A sermon by the Rev. Bryan Peters on Acts 14:1-18.

nature-sky-night-star-milky-way-cosmos-atmosphere-constellation-space-galaxy-long-exposure-trees-starry-science-astronomy-stars-un“Y hasta la continuidad de la creacion, y su preservacion y gobierno, nos enseñan que si existe una Deidad, quien soporta y mantiene y preserva y siempre provee por este universo. Porque como podrian naturalezas opuestas, como fuego y agua, aire y tierra, combinarse como para formar un mundo completo, y continuan en union indisoluble, si no hubiera un poder omnipotente que los atara juntos y siempre los preserva de disolucion?”

-Juan de Damasco (c. 675-749)

 

Well, apparently evolution has failed to make us invincible behind the wheel. So humans have retooled themsellves to give Darwinism a little boost. This better (?) human being is able to roll with rolls, to bob and weave with head-ons. Only, I think there’s one design flaw. This better human cannot procreate because he is so repulsive.

I’ll stick with Intelligent Design. God makes perfect humans – able to build vehicles, make them safer, find romance, and perpetuate the race. No accident!

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