This is a book searching the scriptures, making observations, and drawing conclusions but what I'm posting are my feeble attempts to sift through someone else's thoughts. How we understand the scriptures (broad or narrow, deep or shallow, big or small) affects how we think, how we live, how we teach, how we understand God. Do we need to spend more time thinking about our God Creator?
Put the book away but search the scriptures the author references. He's looking for and finding reference after reference to creation and Creator. He's saying, "Look! See?!"
Apart from the
battles over creation and evolution do you think about God Creator
more when you're a child or as an adult? As you became an adult, what changed? How does it affect your understanding of
Father, Son, Holy Spirit and the Word He's given us? How does it affect your understanding of salvation and redemption. Is one more important than another or are they all interrelated and dependent on one another to accomplish God's purpose?