Creation and the Laws of Thermodynamics

For some reason, Stormie Waters was not so active in prospecting. I found out why when she stopped over and brought her new boyfriend, Roland Meadows. He seems a decent sort, and while we were jawing, he suddenly asked me laws of thermodynamics.

Not exactly your typical mid-afternoon conversation topic, but I tried to oblige him. He knew that scientific things work their way up from hypotheses, then theories, and if they cannot be disproved yet, they become laws. The laws of thermodynamics are very important, and support recent creation.

Laws of nature and thermodynamics support  recent creation, and are in opposition to atheistic naturalism.
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Biblical creationists know that Jesus, God the Son, is the Creator and he also upholds the universe. One way this can be seen is the uniformity of nature, where things will operate tomorrow the same way the are today. Materialists cannot account for this, nor can they account for the laws of logic. Or the laws of thermodynamics, which describe matter and energy. Laws of logic and nature are extensions of God's character and thinking. That's a bit of a mind blower, old son.

The following article describes the laws of thermodynamics and how they uphold a creationist view, but also negate atheistic materialism. While such a discussion get technical among scientists and other intellectual types, this article summarizes these important laws for us reg'lar folk.
In general, people in our culture today simply take for uniformity for granted, which is necessary for science to even work. However, it is only possible to explain uniformity in a biblical worldview. God (the eternal law-giver) promises to uphold/sustain all things in a logical fashion (Genesis 8:22) and causes them to exist by his will alone.

God’s logic is built into the universe. And that is why the universe consistently obeys natural laws and is not simply random or chaotic. 

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The laws of thermodynamics are among some of the most fundamental laws of the universe, created by God, to which all things must adhere. In a nutshell, these laws describe the relationships between various forms of energy and how they affect matter. However, like any other natural law, the foundation of these laws depends on the principle of uniformity in nature (the universe being upheld in a consistent fashion) and ultimately God’s perfect will.

To read the entire article, click on "What Are the Laws of Thermodynamics, and How Do They Confirm Biblical Creation?"