Since becoming a Christian in 1977, John Parkinson has come to realise that nature is God's art gallery. If it is a joy to observe the colourful cycles of nature, how much more wonderful is it to know the Maker? In this book he shares thoughts on some great Biblical themes, beginning with origins, meaning, and value through to the cross, resurrection, and eternity.
"I have come to love the Book of Genesis, and am convinced that the opening chapters are the true and historical record of the creation of heaven and earth. Nor do I doubt that Adam was the first human being, created by God on the sixth day. When we come to the New Testament, we discover that Christ is the reality behind this universe: 'All things were created by him, and for him: and he is before all things, and by him all things consist' (Col. 1:16,17). This is momentous truth, causing us to bow our hearts in worship."