Before God created the universe, it apears to some of us that he must have had to undertake a lot of planning.
God planned for all his creation to be put together and operate through mechanics, electrical and magnetic fields, and forces. He designed and planned for tiny subatomic particles to attract and repel, spin and fly. His atomic model baffled us for thousands of years. Yet, he also planned for life and spiritual existance.
Stephen E. Meeks speculates on all of God’s planning in this important work, drawing on his knowledge of scripture and science. He seeks to discuss questions such as:
What steps did God take to create life and achieve His plan of salvation?
Did God keep some things a secret?
What was he doing Before the creation?
The author examines how God reveals his plan for a strong and orderly foundation on which He physically built creation and how His basic building blocks are revealed by science.
From string theory and subatomic particles, light, day and night, and the heavens, to life, cellular mechanics, and more, this book hopes to share with you a new appreciation for God’s amazing work.