creation and the Supreme Architect
The more I try to unravel the mysteries of the world we live in, the more I come to the conception of a single overruling power-----God.
-Henry Eyring Sr.
When a load of bricks, dumped on a corner lot, can arrange themselves into a house; when a handful of springs and screws and wheels, emptied onto a desk, can gather themselves into a watch, then and not until then will it seem sensible, to some of us at least, to believe that all these thousands or millions of worlds could have been created, balanced and set to revolving in their separate orbits, all without any directing intelligence.
If a clock proves the existence of a clockmaker, and the world does not prove the existence of a Supreme Architect, then I consent to be called a fool.
I don’t believe scientists have discovered anything that God didn’t already know.
-President Harold B. Lee