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Who Made It?

posted Jun 15, 2015, 6:40 AM by Dylan Lamb   [ updated Jun 15, 2015, 6:40 AM ]
"All things were made by Him and without Him was not anything made."
                                                                                                                                     ~ John 14, 2015               

        Sir Isaac newton sat at his desk buried in a book. The door opened and a scientist friend who was an avid evolutionist walked in. Sitting on Newton's desk was a replica of the solar system with planets revolving around the sun, and the moons revolving around the planets. He turned the crank and watched the heavenly bodies orbit around one another in perfect precision and order. "What a marvelous thing this is!" He said, "Who made it?" Without looking up from his book, Newton answered, "Nobody". 
      Turning to Newton, his friend said, "Evidently you did not understand my question. Who made this model of the universe?"
      Looking up, Newton said,"Nobody made this. It just happened to come together by chance and went in to motion all on its own."
      You must think I am some kind of fool, of course, somebody did it" said the friend. "Who ever did this is a genius!"
      Laying his book aside, Newton arose, laid his hand on his friend's shoulder and gave a brilliant answer:  "This is just a puny imitation of the real thing-our solar system. I cannot convince you this toy does not have a designer and maker, yet you profess to believe that the original from which this model is taken with its massive and complex orbital motion has come into being without a designer and maker. Now tell me by what sort of reasoning makes you come to such a conclusion?"
       So it is with all reasoning of evolutionists. "The fool hath said in his heart, there is no God." Psalms 14:1   "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth."

             June 142015                                            
                        From the Pastor,
                                         James H. Baker