3 Quotes from Nature’s Case for God by John Frame

Frame’s short book is a wonderful introduction to what theologians have called general revelation; the idea that nature without (the heavens) and nature within (human conscience) are powerful arguments for a Creator.

Polytheism doesn’t get the job done, since it doesn’t answer the question, “Who is able to turn these many stories into one story?” p. 33

An acorn is programmed to become an oak under certain conditions. The world has a goal; it is teleological. p. 45

Tennyson called “nature, red in tooth and claw.’ But those who are reconciled to God through Christ can see nature again with the vision of Psalm 104 and Romans 8– the outpouring of God’s wonderful gifts, groaning with us for the fulfillment of redemption. p. 47

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