Theme: Science & the Bible
1. Job 12:7-9 says, “If you want to learn, then go and ask the wild animals and the birds, the flowers and the fish. Any of them can tell you what the Lord has done”. Have you ever let creation teach you or speak to you? What does creation say to you?
2. Psalm 96:11-12 says,
“Tell the heavens and the earth
to be glad and celebrate!
Command the ocean to roar
with all of its creatures
and the fields to rejoice
with all of their crops.
Then every tree in the forest
will sing joyful songs.
There are so many reasons to celebrate our God. His creation has been affected by sin. But it still gives us a beautiful, majestic, and powerful picture of the God who created us. Think of God’s amazing creation and design as you listen to today’s program.
“If you want to learn, then go and ask the wild animals and the birds, the flowers and the fish. Any of them can tell you what the Lord has done”
A: She finds out that Dr. Fitzsimmons is a Christian.
In this episode, Chamy works with a scientist who loves God. Can Christianity and science both work together? That’s a question you may run into. Whether it’s the workings of our bodies or the grandness of a mountain, Christians can easily see God’s hand creation. God is the God of science as well as everything else.
But God doesn’t just create and maintain our world. God also loves his creation. In fact, he loves it so much that he sent Jesus to lay down his life and take the punishment for our sin. We serve a powerful God who created and protects us - how amazing!
Read Psalm 104. This Psalm talks about all the things that God has made.
Hold a competition with your family. How many “things” can you name that God has created? Write them on slips of paper and fill a huge container. You could also make a fun list like naming one “thing” for each letter of the alphabet.Then read through them and think about how amazing our God is!