Oct 31, 2015

The Human Brain's Accomplishments Are irrefutable Proof Of Our Creator God

Common Sense Commentary: The Holy Scriptures tell us that the vast creations of our Creator are one convincing proof of the His "glory".

"The heavens declare the glory 
of God; and the firmament sheweth 
his handywork." Psm.19:1

The word "glory", in this verse, is the Hebrew word Kabod and means "surpassingly heavy honor". It is a word which embodies all of the wonderful, beautiful and glorious attributes of God. So it cannot be fully comprehended
by our human, mental capabilities. However, our mental capabilities, having been given us as a tiny "likeness" of His own omniscience, in Gen.1:26, we humans have the ability to understand more about God than any other created thing in the entire universe."And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over ...." the earth. Gen.1:26. 
The created human brain itself is an irrefutable proof of our Creator God.

Within this tiny, cantaloupe sized, 3 pound brain, is an almost unbelievable power of intelligence. When it is cultivated, exercised, trained and experienced, it sends rockets to other planets, radio and television pictures matching reality across the globe, and cell phones which can communicate by satellite and a million miles into space. And those are just some of the simplest things the mind of man has conceived. But the seemingly limitless thought processes in one persons brain is multiplied exponentially by the recorded, logged knowledge of multitudes of intellects and geniuses of the past, which is now at our fingertips on the Internet. All of which increases, expands and hastens human understanding more and more rapidly. So that now, even as the Lord said of those unified intellects as Babel, building a tower to heaven ...".... Behold, the people is one, and they have all one language; and this they begin to do: and now nothing  will be restrained from them, which they have imagined to do." Gen.11:6.

There are thousands of examples of the magnitude of human ability and intelligence, but here is just one example of human ingenuity ....
 which potentially, also resides in your brain.

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