Creation Video and “Look at the World” by John Rutter

I had saved this video for future use, and thought that in light of my previous post on how the truth of creation continues to be attacked in our day, now would be a good time to post it. It is a wonderful video of creation scenes accompanied by John Rutter’s song “Look at the World”. Enjoy! (Click on the link at the bottom of the page).

While the lyrics to this song also accompany the video, I thought I would post them here too:


John Rutter

Look at the world, everything all around us
Look at the world and marvel every day.
Look at the world: so many joys and wonders,
So many miracles along our way
Praise to thee, O lord for all creation.
Give us thankful hearts that we may see
All the gifts we share, and every blessing,
All things come of thee.
Look at the earth bringing forth fruit and flower,
Look at the sky the sunshine and the rain.
Look at the hills, look at the trees and mountains,
Valley and flowing river, field and plain.
Think of the spring, think of the warmth of summer
Bringing the harvest before winter’s cold.
Everything grows, everything has a season,
till it is gathered to the Father’s fold:
Every good gift, all that we need and cherish.
Comes from the Lord in token of his love
We are his hands, stewards of all his bounty
His is the earth and his the heavens above

YouTube – Look at the World – John Rutter.

Published in: on February 9, 2011 at 4:04 AM  Leave a Comment  

Creation vs. Evolution — The New Shape of the Debate

Dr.Albert Mohler, Jr., president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, once again brings the creation-evolution debate into clear and sharp focus with this post from Monday, Feb.7. Mohler is an ardent defender of Biblical creationism, and a strong critic of both atheistic and theistic evolutionism. Consistently he brings the issue back to the authority of Scripture and the integrity of the gospel. In this post too he draws these lines sharply. I will give you a few paragraphs, and ask that you follow the link to the full article.


From the beginning of this conflict, there have been those who have attempted some form of accommodation with Darwinism. In its most common form, this amounts to some version of “theistic evolution” — the idea that the evolutionary process is guided by God in order to accomplish his divine purposes.

Given the stakes in this public controversy, the attractiveness of theistic evolution becomes clear. The creation of a middle ground between Christianity and evolution would resolve a great cultural and intellectual conflict. Yet, in the process of attempting to negotiate this new middle ground, it is the Bible and the entirety of Christian theology that gives way, not evolutionary theory. Theistic evolution is a biblical and theological disaster.

…Among the theistic evolutionists, the issues are becoming clearer almost every day that passes. Proponents of theistic evolution are now engaged in the public rejection of biblical inerrancy — with some calling the affirmation of the Bible’s inerrancy as an intellectual disaster and “intellectual cul-de-sac.” Others now openly assert that we must forfeit belief in an historical Adam, an historical Fall, and a universal Flood.

Thus, the vise of evolutionary theory is now revealing the fault lines of the current debate. There can be no question but that the authority of the Bible and the truthfulness of the Gospel are now clearly at stake. The New Testament clearly establishes the Gospel of Jesus Christ upon the foundation of the Bible’s account of creation. If there was no historical Adam and no historical Fall, the Gospel is no longer understood in biblical terms.

This is the new shape of the debate over evolution. We now face the undeniable truth that the most basic and fundamental questions of biblical authority and gospel integrity are at stake. Are you ready for this debate? – Creation vs. Evolution — The New Shape of the Debate.