Thinking God’s Thoughts
This is Ken Ham, inviting you to bring your family to our Ark Encounter in Northern Kentucky.

Over the past few years, we’ve seen scientists studying sticky sea creatures to better engineer medical adhesives. And others are studying how bats fly to create better robotic fliers. And they’re even looking at gecko feet to engineer robots that can walk across any surface.

When scientists copy nature in their designs, it’s called “biomimicry.” But, they aren’t really copying nature. They’re copying God’s design! They’re “thinking God’s thoughts after him,” as the creation scientist Johannes Kepler once said.

God’s creation is so infinitely complex we could all spend a lifetime studying it.

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