Down through the Ages, women and men of every rank and station in life have been trying to put their little glimpses of the Creator into words. “Be exalted, O Lord in Thy strength. We will sing and praise Thy power,” the ancient Psalmist sang (Ps. 21:13). Later, the same Psalmist caught a glimpse of the creative power of God reflected in the incredibly complex construction of the human body. “Thou didst form my inward parts,” he sang. “Thou didst knit me together in my mother’s womb. I praise Thee, for Thou art fearful and wonderful. Wonderful art Thy works!” (Ps. 139:13-14).
The physiological facts about the human body truly are astounding. And as science continues to add to…
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