Wrinkly-Nosed Tooth-Faced Shark – accurate, but not polite

Posted By on July 28, 2019


Who wants to go swimming?  The Great White Shark can detect blood in the water up to 3 miles away! mgw01-1_4Just look at those expensive teeth.

I watched several science programs regarding space and the Apollo 11 moon landing these past couple of weeks … and one the other night explainingplancktime the Big Bang theory and physical laws of nature as it relates to density and time. It was impossible to get my head around the concepts being discussed such as infinite density, planck time and cosmic inflation. For the entire hour I listened to brilliant scientists explain what they think they understand about the creation of the universe.  As usually happens, the entire learning experience had me feeling significantly smaller than I did before. It also reinforced my Christian belief in intelligent design (lower case) and added fuel to a Case for a Creator.


Of course I regularly have the same thoughts regarding this “pin-prick in the universe” that is planet Earth. It would be harder to believe that the amazing complexity of creation and our entire life-sustaining environment (as well as everything else in space) evolved from one high density energy blast of matter all  “by chance.”  That is a far more difficult of a hypothesis than to accept there is a Creator who “intelligently” brought it all into existence from a realm that humans in our current finite form cannot comprehend. As for shark photo and creating them… “God created the great creatures of the sea and every living thing with which the water teems and that moves about in it.” (Genesis 1:21)


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