God Created The Heaven And The Earth Analysis

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“In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth” Genesis 1:1 is the opening sentence of the Holy Bible which seeks to bring about how this world was created and how God created it in a Christian perspective. This Biblical creation view according to James Houston “form a necessary and central part of any part of Christian Belief and also it is believed through faith. Because it is impossible to prove scientifically how and when the earth originated, it is “through faith” that we discern the hand of God in creation. Hebrews 11:13 states that “It is by faith that we understand that the universe was created by God’s word”
There are a lot of reasons that can be considered in order to believe the biblical view of creation but in this case we are going to consider a few. The DNA is also an evidence of creation by God. Dr Brown “concurs in regard to the supernatural origin of the biological information and states that the genetic material that controls the
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Who among them does not know that God 's hand did all this? Of course, they do not know it consciously. The point, as with the heavens, is that their nature and existence proclaim this message to us. Observing them should convincingly demonstrate the truth, so these are lessons we can learn from them.
Acts 17:24-19
Paul taught heathen idol worshipers that there is a true and living God who made the world and rules over it. He gives to all life, breath, and all things. In Him we live and move and have our being. Even heathen poets recognize that we are the offspring of God. This should teach us that God cannot be simply gold or stone or something that man has made.
Again, Paul did not need to offer technical arguments. Simply observing the universe should convince people of God 's existence and that He is a powerful, living God.
Some people may ask that who was the

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