QDVF (the unpronounceable Latin-name blog) has a cool post on what would happen if two honest scientists calculate today’s World Population & The Bible. We have nothing to fear from the facts!
How do you describe worship? It’s very nearly impossible, but Simply Overwhelmed by Ryan Adair gives you a good taste of what it’s like!
One of my most faithful blog followers has been sharing God’s truth for a long time. Don Ruhl has a long post that is broken up into bite-sized chunks so it’s not too overwhelming: Scientific Knowledge Versus Other Knowledge at The Bible Meditator.
OK, this is for hard-core Bible junkies (like me!): Presuppositions and Hermeneutics: Conversation with an Old Earth Creationist. Lynda O at Scripture Thoughts has copied out a forum discussion with two YECs (one herself) and and OEC (young/old earth creationist), names removed. If you ever wondered why all this matters, check it out.
Creation By Grace at Gospel & Gratitude isn’t too long, and the title tells you what it’s all about. When we look around us and see the hand and care of our Creator God we are joining in with the age-old chorus of thanksgiving!
Shorter and/or photo-filled posts:
I’ve been actively focusing on gratitude for a few days. Romans chapter 1 tells this is the heart of why people reject God: they refuse to thank Him for all He’s done for them. Here’s a post that has no problem with gratitude: a prayer of Thanksgiving at Growing Grace Farm.
This week’s Photo & Psalm post is titled Declaring the Work of His Hands and has some wonderful pictures of coastlines (by Desiring to Walk Humbly with My God)
On a sunny afternoon at Flourish… is just a closeup photo of a blossom with a verse to guide our thoughts to the Creator God.
This is our Father’s World has a slide show of photos giving examples of Creation: Fish and Fowl from their neck of the woods.
By him therefore let us offer the sacrifice of praise to God continually, that is, the fruit of our lips giving thanks to his name. Hebrews 13:15