Although many people have not read the Bible, I know that all mankind have read his other book, the “Splendor of Creation,” which conveys exceedingly imaginative and breathtaking scenes beyond description within its most thoroughly creative pages. I, for one, have been so impressed by its contents on numerous occasions. I’ve seen the sun rise and set over the horizon while onboard a ship in the ocean. I’ve stood at the rim of the Grand Canyon with awestruck impressions. I’ve watched tons of water pour over Niagara Falls into the gorge below with its rising mist.
Who can explain the hues of Arizona’s Painted Desert, or the grandeur of an Alaskan night with its myriad of stars on display? Who can explain the majesty and strength built into the Rocky Mountains, or the pounding surf splashing onto the picturesque and rocky coastline of Northern California? It’s quite clear that God has unmistakingly revealed Himself to all creation.
I then realize that man’s blood system is more complex than anything man has ever created with his limited, intelligent mind. I then consider all the biological, ecological and geological systems throughout the world and how they interrelate with such precision. I consider it amazing how gravity and centrifugal force maintain such dynamic balance on each other. Most assuredly, the “Splendor of Creation” is exhaustive in the revelation of its author.
How then can an atheist who has read the same book then say that there is no God?