Planned Complexity


There are people whose full time job is to study global weather patterns and tell us what to expect. They tend to be both right and wrong—yes, it snowed last weekend, but our 3-5 inches turned into 8-15 inches. Weather forecasting is improved, but imperfect.


Some say that the science of weather forecasting proves that God’s not in charge. It’s all just a natural sequence of events.

I think that it reveals the glorious complexity of God’s plan.

Job 12:10 (ESV)
In his hand is the life of every living thing
    and the breath of all mankind.bless soul pic

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2 Responses to Planned Complexity

  1. Those who say, well, it’s just the natural sequence of event…they’re thicker than two boards.

    The thought that the universe as we know it could have ‘evolved’ to create self-awareness is so preposterous as to be laughable. A favourite argument is ‘selective mutation’.

    The only problem is that most mutations result in either a nonviable organism, or, at best, sterility. A brief look at the probabilities and statistics involved make the whole ‘natural evolution idea inadmissible on mathematical grounds, and no amount of atheist arm-waving is going to change that.

  2. I’m just waiting for something, anything at my house to get more orderly without intelligent intervention (OK, OK, I realize my intervention isn’t always as intelligent as it could be).

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