Truly we live in a precise universe. God does not create junk, but the cosmos is intricate like clock work, and created at a high order of precision.
If the unit charge of the electron was altered just slightly, life could never occur.
OK imagine a creation that is imprecise. For example, one day it is 120 degrees Fahrenheit and the next day it is below zero. There are no seasons. How can plants grow?
Notice that our world has established cycles such as spring or summer. For human life to exist, those are necessary. Yet, science claims we are the result of random errors.
If Planet Earth were slightly closer to our sun, our oceans would boil away. However, if it were farther away than we are, our oceans would freeze into a solid block of ice. Certainly, this thin ring around the sun that allows life to occur is very narrow.
Here is strong evidence for precision:
Fact is, even tiny errors would destroy our cosmos. God has built a massive universe that relies on extreme accuracy.
According to the Wall Street Journal,
"If the ratio between the nuclear strong force and the electromagnetic force had been off by the tiniest fraction of the tiniest fraction—by even one part in 100,000,000,000,000,000—then no stars could have ever formed at all."
God sees everything we do and hears every word we say. Nothing can escape His view. We need to not only have good works, but also our words must be courteous, proper, and precise.
Look what Christ says in the following verse.
When Jesus stated the sign of His Messiahship (3 days and 3 nights in the belly of the earth) it was the same sign that Jonah gave to the people. He had been in the belly of the fish for 3 days and 3 nights and on account of the chemical reactions on his flesh, his flesh was white and had lost all the melanin pigment -- Jonah became a sight in front of the
Ninivites on account of refusing to follow the commandment of Yaweh, the eternal God. The Ninivites repented and God spared their destruction. Yes, Jonah looked like a ghost who came out of another world, and that scared the Ninivites into repentance. Read the whole story in
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