A man once asked an athiest if he ever wresteled, even for a moment, with the thought that possibly God did exist.
"Absolutely!" the athiest said to the man's amazement. "Years ago when our first child was born, I almost became a believer in God. As I looked down at the miniature but perfect little human being, as I watched the flexing of thoses tiny fingers and saw the dawning of recognition in those little eyes, I went through a period of several months during which I almost ceased to be athiest and convinced there had to be a God."
Concider one of these simple Sculpts. No one would argue the fact that it was created by an artist's hands. Now think about our real human bodies
Have you ever sat and pondered all that is involved in the simple act of seeing? Scientist tell us that the delicate engineering of the eyes cornea and lens make the most advanced camera look like a child's toy in comparison. The tiny rods and cones in the eye transform light into electro-chemical impulses through a process that the most sophisticated laboratory can not produce. And brain cells change these electrical impulses into the miracle of perception! This is something not even a high tech computer can come close to doing!
Engineering, processing information and chemistry all are involved every time we open our eyes. Charles Darwin once stated that the thought of the eye and how it could possibly be produced by natural selection made him ill. Here is why:
It is impossible for the human eye to have evolved over long periods of time because unless complete, it is absolutely useless! The lens (which focuses light) would be useless without the retina (which senses light). And without the nerve fibers (which carry signals to the brain) all the light received would serve no purpose!
Vision requires a complete system. That is how it is with the WHOLE human body! Heart, lungs, muscles, nerves all depend on one another to perform incredibly complicated tasks. It is no wonder the Psalmist concluded that the human body speaks loud and clear of a wonderful creator: