Monday, September 26, 2016

The Book Of God And The Book Of Nature Agree!

Did you know that there is a Book of God and a Book of Nature that proves God exists? Since the Bible and Nature have a consistent testimony, it is the obviously choice, as the Book of God. In addition, the Bible has audacity to challenge you to find an error between it and nature. Check it out. It's in Romans 1:19-20.


  1. 'Amen' to what you have said Keith. It states in Psalm 14 v. 1:- 'The fool says in his heart, “There is no God.”'

  2. I don't get it. Maybe I am reading it wrong. What are these two books? Are you talking metaphorically? Is the book of God the Bible or are you referring to another actual book? These may be dumb questions but I just can't grasp it.

  3. Hey Tim, I guess I could have been a little clearer. The Book of God is the Bible, which is consistent with the Book of Nature, which is a metaphorical reference to the entirety of Nature, itself, and how it proclaims the glory and salvational message of God. It is referenced in Psalm 19:1-4 and Romans 1:19-20.

    "The heavens declare the glory of God;
    the skies proclaim the work of his hands.
    Day after day they pour forth speech;
    night after night they display knowledge.
    There is no speech or language
    where their voice is not heard.
    Their voice goes out into all the earth,
    their words to the ends of the world."

    "For ever since the creation of the universe his invisible qualities - both his eternal power and his divine nature - have been clearly seen, because they can be understood from what he has made. Therefore, they have no excuse"

    The reference, 'The Book of Nature', was first used by Tertullian, one of the first Christian Apologists, who lived during the 2nd century. According to the Bible and especially the Book of Job, the world of nature reveals not only God's existence but also his righteousness.