Since all humanity is interested in the answers of modern science about how the universe was made, it is obvious that the people of faith should also be interested in this matter.
Faith is inherent in every person’s consciousness and what varies in people is the degree of cultivation and growth of that particular supply, which is why people of faith are called upon to find the answers on how the world was created, through the narration of the Bible, and by understanding the description of the Bible, to bring within people the right balance and the proper understanding of the discoveries of the natural world, which is also part of the creation of the same creator.
Rejecting modern discoveries is tantamount to an attachment to the past that offers no answers to contemporary questions. On the contrary, in understanding the description of the Bible we have a secure dimension of the value of all discoveries of the natural world, yet maintaining our faith in the creator, who in his creation has laid down the rules and laws of operation upon which the universe, the natural environment in which our daily lives evolve, has been operating since the time of creation.
And because human beings are part of the creation, it is clear that understanding the rules and laws of the universe is our personal and individual matter and each one of us, depending on the depth of our faith and the answers we have for the universe as well as for ourselves, we have a certain view of the world and how we go about everyday life.
A correct image of the creation and the creator is equivalent to a good understanding of ourselves, our personal abilities, and our evolutionary expectations.