42 Quotes About Creation

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The great danger is to always single out some aspect of God's good creation and identify it, rather than alien intrusion of sin, as the villain.
- Tim Keller
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For in self-giving, if anywhere, we touch a rhythm not only of all creation but of all being.
- C.S. Lewis
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What can be more foolish than to think that all this rare fabric of heaven and earth could come by chance, when all the skill of art is not able to make an oyster!
- Jeremy Taylor
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This earthly mind may be of noble caliber, enriched by culture, high-toned, virtuous, and pure. But if it know not God? What though its correspondences reach to the stars of heaven or grasp the magnitudes of Time and Space? The stars of heaven are not heaven. Space is not God.
- Henry Drummond
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The creation message has matured over the past three decades, as the discernment and understanding of creationist leaders has matured. More and more, the emphasis is on the foundational issue: compromise of Genesis ultimately undermines the gospel itself.
- Ken Ham
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The real purpose is to say the Bible's true, and its history, Genesis is true.
- Ken Ham
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We believe that to Christ belongs creative power--that "without Him was not anything made which was made." We believe that from Him came all life at first. In Him life was as in its deep source. He is the fountain of life. We believe that as not being comes into existence without His creative power, so none continues to exist without His sustaining energy. We believe that the history of the world is but the history of His influence, and that the centre of the whole universe is the cross of Cavalry.
- Alexander MacLaren
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God is not a God of the gaps: This view of the deity is a parody on religion that has never been embraced by thinking man.
- Dr. Edgar Andrews
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God commands these people, made in His image, to multiply so that they, and thus God's image, will fill the earth.
- Daniel Fuller
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To reverence the impersonal creation instead of the personal God who created us is a perversion designed for escaping moral accountability to the Creator. God indicts those who worship the creation instead of its Creator (Rom 1:18-23); and warns of the corruption of morals and behavior which results.
- Dave Hunt
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There is still One whose faith in you has never wavered. And how wonderful it is that that one should be Jesus Christ! It was a wonderful dream God dreamed, Christ says, when He created you; it was a stately being that was in His mind when you were fashioned; and I can make you all He meant that you should be.
- A. J. Gossip
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We have no strict demonstration of anything, except mathematical truths, but by metaphysics. We can have no proof that is properly demonstrative, of any one position relating to the being and nature of God, his creation of the world, the dependence of all things on him, the nature of bodies and spirits, the nature of our own souls, or any of the great truths of morality and natural religion, but what is metaphysical.
- Jonathan Edwards
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There are enough evidences of supreme skill in the structure of the human hand alone to prove the existence, intelligence and benevolence of God in the face of all the sophistry of infidelity.
- A. B. Simpson
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God is not confined to the outermost circle of environment, He lives and moves and has His being in the whole. Those who only seek Him in the further zone can only find a part. The Christian who knows not God in Nature, who does not, that is to say, correspond with the whole environment, most certainly is partially dead.
- Henry Drummond
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Just because creation gives God great delight, we cannot say that He is worshipping it; rather, He is worshipping Himself as He sees His goodness bringing such blessing to people that they give their heartfelt thanks and praise to Him for the benefits He imparts.
- Daniel Fuller
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Creation in its totality exists as a means to the fulfillment of some specific purpose that terminates on and for the sake of Jesus Christ.
- Sam Storms
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All organisms are living and dead--living to all within the circumference of their correspondences, dead to all beyond... Until man appears there is no organism to correspond with the whole environment.
- Henry Drummond
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The Indian Seer lost God in Nature; the Christian mystic, on the other hand, finds God in Nature. The Hindu mystic believes that God and Nature are one and the same; the Christian mystic knows that there must be a Creator to account for the universe.
- Sadhu Sundar Singh
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Man is a mass of correspondences, and because of these, because he is alive to countless objects and influences to which lower organisms are dead, he is the most living of all creatures.
- Henry Drummond
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Thou hast created us for Thyself, and our heart is not quiet until it rests in Thee.
- Augustine
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We are God's productions, His compositions.
- David Jeremiah
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