|Daisy, Green Lake, Wisconsin|
If God made the world, then one would expect "that something of God's character weould be disclosed in creation." (Ib.) Most of not all of my scientist friends would agree. Indeed, when they study nature via their scientific disciplines they view "nature" as "creation," and a "creation" reflects its creator. Their scientific studies served to increase their awe and wonder about the God who created all things.
Molecular biophysicist McGrath posits "two modes of knowing God" (Ib.):
- Via the natural order (creation)
- Via Scripture