Monday, November 26, 2012

Made in Heaven - Review





Time and again we have learned that God in his wisdom has done all things well. Much of man's ingenuity has ultimately come from our observation of what God has already shown us through his design in all of creation.
It is this truth that Ray Comfort and Jeffrey Seto seek to share through their book, "Made in Heaven."

Did you know that pine cones are inspiring researchers to look into clothing that adapts to temperature? Or that the study of the human eye could lead to better cameras? What if we could design a computer anti-virus program that works with the efficiency of our own immune system? Should we look to the mosquito for clues on how to make the needle prick of an injection less painful? Would our paper producing abilities be where they are today if it weren't for the humble wasp? Would we know the marvels of Velcro if it weren't for the prickly burrs of the field that cling to our clothes? God has already handed us our greatest advancements, it is simply up to us to acknowledge his wisdom.

Made in Heaven is a colorful book extolling the glories of God in creation. It is as much worshipful as it is educational. How great is our God? This book seeks to remind us.


I'd like to thank Master Books for sending me this free copy for review.


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