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By Andrew Belt – In C. S. Lewis’ books The Chronicles of Narnia, Aslan creates the world by […]
By Hillary Asbury –
The first creative act in history was a perfect one.
Everything was done with order, purpose. It was intentional, loving. Great care was taken for every little detail, every little life. God created the world. And with each new piece of his creation he called it good. Good. Until he created humanity. God created humanity and do you know what he called it? Very good. God created us in his image and it was very good. But then sin entered the world.