“Accidental” Life…?


Something that puzzles me about the accidental theory of life is this: If humans have been evolving for millions of years into progressively more advanced creatures, and all the adaptations are ultimately improvements that better equip these creatures for their existence on earth—survival—why did they evolve with a sense of God in their soul?

From my vantage point, the fingerprints of a Creator are everywhere. I find evidence of a Supreme Being in the laws and majesty of nature and in the intricacy of the human body. Every single human cell is an elaborate microscopic system of machines and functions that confound our minds. The universe we call home is a work of genius and divine design—and humans are the masterpiece—from my point of view.

Most notable is that we have a sense of God in our souls and we have a longing to connect with him. I believe he designed us with a longing—or craving—for a relationship with him.

A few people are discovering their way to God and his design for their lives in a life-trajectory-altering way. They have blown past the lies of the world into an intimate and honest relationship with their Creator. They’ve found their way home to their heavenly Father, and they are beginning to experience life that offers fulfillment and purpose—and peace. Life that was designed by a profound Creator.

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Amanda D
    Jun 10, 2012 @ 08:05:28

    Love this!! Love reading this blog daily. You guys are wonderful!

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  2. faithlikeaseed
    Jun 10, 2012 @ 08:06:13

    Love this post! You guys have an inspiring blog that keeps me wanting more! Thank you for being you 🙂

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  3. Gillian
    Aug 08, 2012 @ 19:35:37

    One of my theories is that humans developed a sense of God because we long for a meaning to life. Why do we exist? Why were we created? There must be a creator. While there is evidence that suggest the existence of a creator, sometimes I still get the feeling life has no purpose and the only meaning we have is the purpose we create for our own lifetime.

    And oh, you happened to have posted this on my birthday! Yay! lol 😀

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