The Natural World God created the natural world through His word. This shows the nature of God as all powerful and His word as power. When God spoke, the universe and everything in it came into existence. This we know because the Bible is the word of God that it is not written by human knowledge, but by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. Romans 1:20 says “that the creation has been seen and understood because of God’s invisible qualities, divine nature and His eternal power so that men may not have an excuse.” It, therefore, follows that God is seen through His creation.
According to the biblical, the Christians worldview on the origin of life is that Christians believe that God created everything that exists. That God created us in his image, he is the alpha and the omega the beginning and the end. No one shall get to him, only through his son Jesus Christ. Genesis 1:1 and Genesis 2:7. The Bible says that we are chosen by God and given a purpose.
Above all other areas of dogma within Christianity, monotheism tops the list. Monotheism is the belief in one God who rules over all. This one God is the creator, and stabilizer of the universe we reside in. Christianity also believes in the Bible being the only set of scripture inspired by the word of God; Virgin Birth; martyrdom; the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ; the second coming of Christ; the creation of the world through the one true God; life after death; Hell; Paradise after death; and the Holy Trinity. Above all of these dogmas, the faith in a one creator God who rules the universe is the most important.
The gods created the heaven, hell, sun, and the moon. With the belief of faith the understanding of the divine drama of the beginning is Genesis would be hard for one to get, there are questions that still remain unanswered like how long did it take the creation of earth? Or was God's days the same as ours or even longer?. Then God took Adam the man and eve the woman and placed them in Eden to take care of it and commanded them saying “Of every tree of the garden thou mayest freely eat: But of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt not eat of it: for in the day that thou eatest thereof thou shalt surely die” (Genesis 2:16-17. The story goes on where the devil known as the serpent, trick eve to eat from the tree and makes her convince Adam to do the same.
This story is an example of creatio ex nihilo. It shows how God created everything out of nothing. God is portrayed as being omnipotent because whatever he says basically happens. In the Bible, each time God made something, it would ‘God said’; this shows how powerful he is. Because he used to say it and it would just happen.
I believe that God did create the universe.” (Letters to Creationist, 2010). Billy stands up for what he believes in when others ask him about the nature of God and he does not think that the bible is a scientific story. In our world today, a lot of people try to connect the Bible with science, trying to prove evolution and take away significance of creationism. The only science I care to know about it when it comes to how humans are created is how and what God used to create us. God invented science, science did not invent humans.
The story from genesis describes a monotheistic time. In the bible it states that you are to worship one god and that you shall put no other gods before him. In Popul VUH we are introduced to more than one god showing polytheism. When you read Genesis and you think of the bible there will always be specific people or stories that come to mind. I believe we think this because in the bible we are taught that god takes time to create and mold each individual.
Because the Prime Mover existed he set of a chain of reactions which caused the world into existence. The Prime mover caused the movement of the cause and effect chain however the Prime Mover itself did not move as it was not subject to cause and effect. Therefore the Prime Mover cannot be described as a craftsman. Another attribute of the Judeo Christian concept of god is that god is all loving and also that he interacts with his creation. This is seen in the Bible when miracles occur and also when god punishes the world.
Modern Christians believe that this one god handmade all of the earth and the people in it. Gnostics, however, believe that there are two different Gods. Some Gnostics say that there is a Creator God of the Old Testament who is mean and hateful and full of wrath, and then they say there is the New Testament God who is kind and forgiving (28). Orthodox Christians will argue that there is only one God who brings both joy and pain, but those who believe in the gnostic gospels wonder why such a nice god would create such a terrible world for all humans to live in. To them, if there is a good side to the world and a bad side to the world, then there must be two gods to keep track of it all.
As a result, people are without excuse.” According to Paul, the natural world reflects God's invisible attributes. It reflects his eternal power, and his divine nature. The Apostle then makes the point that since these invisible attributes are clearly perceived, then all people are without excuse for worshiping him and acknowledging Him as God. The Apostle then goes on to state, “For the creation eagerly waits with anticipation for God's sons to be revealed. For the creation was subjected to futility – not willingly, but because of Him who