Humanity | Creation

“Let us make a man in our own image, in the likeness of ourselves” (Genesis 1:26).
We are human beings. Each one of us is a unique human being. We are not “things.” Mankind is not made up of things:

A giant redwood tree is a mass of raw beauty. For thousands of years it has weathered the elements, but it is mute and unthinking. It cannot exalt itself. It’s only a tree.

Ocean depths sweep up against a rugged shoreline. Few things are as awe-inspiring as the churning waters of the sea. But the sea cannot paint a self-portrait. It cannot talk about itself. It’s only an ocean.

The wonders of nature take on meaning only as they…

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