Complexity beyond belief

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Pardon my absence as of late! I have spent time helping a friend of mine reach his potential at the way things are instead of focusing on my own writing. Everyone who has enjoyed my writing in the past should go follow him! As for this post, you know that I am a devout Creationist. In the original text of the Word, God is described as Elohim in Genesis: the unrivaled creator of eternity. Despite Elohim’s ability, doubt has been perpetuated by the demon and his sons of perdition for millennia. I would like to share some of my personal experiences about how this world is far too complex to be the by product of time+matter+chance.

Let’s go back to one of the most basic principles. The second law of thermodynamics states that the total entropy of a system can never decrease over time. It can remain equal due to the processes in place to from order, or those processes are over-powered at entropy (DISORDER) increases. How then, can many of the greatest minds on the planet state that the beginning of the universe, in one way or another, defied a LAW. Order always precedes disorder and not the other way around. To make order out of one thing is to create disorder of another thing in expense. I am training in the medical field right now and I have a unique privilege of learning about the human body from a cadaver. Being able to see the complexity of the crown jewel of creation is marvelous. You can observe the circuitry of the blood supply and the nerves that span the entire body. We have no problem saying that all electrical circuits have a creator, therefore why is it such a stretch for us to see the human body’s creator named Elohim. I’ve observed every structure of the human brain and it is amazing how a structure as small as a peanut can control major complex functions.

It’s not just the human body that can amaze you; however you must look closer for other examples. I have watched insects perform complex functions that I never thought possible. I was sitting outside one day and looked at the concrete patio and found a spider being subdued by ants that were pulling him down at each of his legs! There was an ant on each leg to carry the spider away and kill him. I’ve observed a bee get stuck in a swimming pool buzzing around the surface of the water looking for a way to get out. The bee observes the floating cord of the pool skimmer, speeds directly towards it, then climbs onto it and flies away. How is it possible that a creature with a nearly microscopic brain is able to perform methodical action like this that is beyond instinct? No one questions that a computer’s processing system does not have a creator, but yet why is it so hard to believe that the processing centers in organisms is not Elohim?

I urge you friends, take time away from the daily hustle of life that dulls us to the grandeur of creation. Pay close attention to your surroundings if you want to see just how great the masterpiece is. To those that do not know Jesus Christ and God the Father,  open your mind to the possibility that this life is not as simple as you may think. Everything has been ordered from the beginning for a purely wonderful purpose: eternal life enjoying fellowship with our Creator.

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. Christian Zionist says:

    Reblogged this on Exposing Modern Mugwumps.

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  2. purpleslob says:

    Thanks, Lawson!! Keep preaching the creation, and awesomeness of our creator God Elohim!

    Liked by 2 people

    1. lptrey says:

      I certainly will! Thank you!

      Liked by 1 person

  3. hoojewale says:

    “Order always precedes disorder and not the other way around.” Thanks for giving me something to quote.

    To prove that He was, and is still, even to eternity, in charge HE commanded, “Let there be…” ten times, and for those number of times, IT WAS -came into being! Creationism! Amen!

    Welcome! I was thinking about you a couple of days ago. Agreeing with PURPLESLOB (our dear humour merchant), keep preaching it.

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    1. lptrey says:

      You’re quite welcome!!

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