• Creation

    Creation

    Questions Kids Ask about Creation

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Creation
God created the world and everything in it because he enjoys making things, and he wanted to be with us. God created people because he wanted to have friends, men and women, boys and girls, with whom he could share…
Whenever we make something, like a craft, a drawing, or a sand castle, we have to start with special materials, like clay, string, glue, paper, crayons, and sand. We can't even imagine creating something out of nothing - by just…
Dinosaurs are popular today. They're on television and in the comics. We even have dinosaur stuffed toys. Scientists say that these unusual animals lived and became extinct over a hundred million years ago, so it's natural to wonder where they…
When we're being attacked by mosquitoes, it's easy to wonder why God made pests and other animals that can harm us. When God created the world, it was perfect. Only after sin entered the picture did animals and human beings…
Sharks attack people beacuse they are meat-eaters. When they are hungry, they will attack anything that looks good to eat. Sharks don't go looking for people to attack - they just react to what comes near them. The best thing…
God created spiders just as he made all the other animals. But there's a great difference between animals and human beings. People are created in God's image and are supposed to take care of all creation - including all animals…
Can you imagine a world in which everyone looked the same - the same height, weight, colour of hair, length of nose, colour of eyes, size of ears, and colour of skin? That would be boring - and how would…
Although people may talk about creatures in outer space, no one really knows whether there is life on other planets. Most of the talk about other life forms comes from make-believe movies and what people imagine might be true. But…
God made powerful laws to govern the universe. These laws control the movements of the sun, moon, earth, and other planets and stars. For example, one law called "gravity" draws objects toward each other. Other natural laws control the weather.…