In the beginning God created. . .

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“In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.”
Did God really create the heaven and the earth? If He did, as He said He did, then He is God. If He did not, then He is obviously an imposter and a liar.

However, the Bible says that God’s declarations are sure and stronger than the force of all men combined. One must embrace the truth of the creation, or altogether throw out the Bible and the God of the Bible.

What does man become without belief in a Creator God to whom he is accountable? He degenerates into moral depravity, violence, and lawlessness.

Has the truth of creation and creation’s God gripped your soul? Have you considered that if He really did begin it all, then He obviously holds the key to end it all? What then? Faith to believe is a beautiful thing. Do you possess it?

Connecting Bible references: John 1:3; Romans 1:20; Hebrews 1:1-2; Hebrews 1:10-12; Hebrews 3:7

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  1. Not only is it necessary to believe in creation to be a Christian, but you also must believe in the literal truth of Adam and Eve […] Not believing these things would make Jesus’ sacrifice on the Cross totally inconsequential–except for Jesus. [edited for clarity]

    • We accept the book of Genesis as part of God’s revelation. This includes the fall of man into sin, and the need for a Savior to save us from sin.

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