Sometimes we can’t explain our faith, we just choose to to have it.
And here’s Jordyn and how faith issues collide in her life and book.
Being an emergency room nurse, I find that my co-workers fall into two categories. Those that believe in God as the creator of life and those that believe in evolution. I would say it is rarer to have a mixture of the two—those that believe that God used evolution as the vehicle for creation.
You might say—well, that’s not so interesting. I work with those kinds of people, too.
What makes it interesting for me is that I work with the human body every day and it is one intricate organism. I’m a creationist—I believe we are God’s handiwork just as there is a watchmaker for your timepiece.
I think our biological nature makes it hard for some to believe in a watchmaker but the human body is far more an intricate piece than anything mechanical—including a computer. Just your brain is more complex than any computer man created.
This fact alone, surprises me, that any one of our body systems could fall together by happenstance and yet when working with a complex organism (the human body) on a daily basis, others chalk it up to something less than divine. Continue reading