Here is true worship- delighting in our Creator who formed all that is around us and saved us to enjoy Him through it. Here we look deeply into Kilby’s resolutions:
Instead of the accustomed idea of a mindless and endless evolutionary change to which we can neither add nor subtract, I shall suppose the universe guided by an Intelligence which, as Aristotle said of Greek drama, requires a beginning, a middle, and an end. I think this will save me from the cynicism expressed by Bertrand Russell before his death, when he said: “There is darkness without, and when I die there will be darkness within. There is no spleandour, no vastness anywhere, only triviality for a moment, and then nothing.”
This takes us far from the terrible idea that God created and stepped back. It shows us that God has a plan and has had it since before the beginning of time. He DOES work good for all those who love Him.
But it is His love for us that drives our love for Him.