If we truly believe in God's providence through his continual action of creation, we have no choice but to be continually in awe. We should be so in awe that we can hardly stand it. The study of this ongoing activity of God is an opportunity to experience God.
Reflections on the Encyclical letter "'Laudato Si' Of the Holy Father Francis on Care for Our Common Home.
What does the Bible mean when Paul writes about the frustrated and decaying creation? What should scientists expect to see in their investigations of creation given that the creation is frustrated and decaying? How does sin adversely affect the most basic laws by which the creation operates?
Did you see the Always #LikeAGirl Super Bowl XLIX commercial? Why does this commercial matter?
In chemistry we see a means of praising a creative, sustaining, and redeeming God and are able, as God's creatures, to share in this work in a small way.
Creation is the ultimate act of divine revelation. And that revelation requires both the ‘natural’ world and the products of human culture. Humans are not (just) the audience to whom God is revealed, we are part of the very picture of revelation itself. Humans are necessarily and essentially part of the created realm.