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Science in Creation Fearfully and Wonderfully Made Andrew Zimmerman The human body is a wonder, though it can seem so ordinary that we forget to appreciate it fully. Even David the Psalmist, without the aid of modern medical research and technology, knew he was part of a marvelous creation. “I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; marvelous are Your works, and that my soul knows very well” (Psalm 139:14). God’s works within the created universe are indeed marvelous, showing us His greatness even when we understand only a little about them. The human body is a small but complex part of the Lord’s works. Let’s first examine the human eye. Our eyes are well-designed, intricate, visual receptors. They’re like cameras feeding visual data to the brain. They focus quickly and adjust color automatically as they flit from near to far and take in a plethora of sights. Two eyes give us a stereoscopic image, providing depth perception. The retina, which lines the rear wall of the eyeball, is a superb image sensor, with 100 million rods to detect Andrew has had an avid interest in science since he started studying it in his early years of school. Because of his interest in science and his belief in a literal six-day creation, he enjoys telling others about creation science. He lives in Central Pennsylvania with his wife and children. 18 | Loaves & Fishes • Issue 32


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