I’ve often wondered if our best worship leaders shouldn’t be coming from the scientific community.
When scientists investigate the endless frontiers of creation — probing upward in the universe and downward into the microscopic intricacies of the atom and DNA — it makes sense that they would be the first to fall on their knees with songs of praise to the Creator, whose wisdom envisioned, planned, and created such marvels.
The legendary sufferer Job wasn’t a scientist, but that’s exactly how he responded when God took him on a nature walk. Somehow, contemplating God’s creation and how beautifully it all works together under his all-seeing eye reminds us that our God is a Master Architect who knows what he is doing, even when his ways are baffling to us.
This is why we must continue pouring over those blueprints — the ones he spread out in the opening chapters of the Bible.
—Half the Church from Chapter 7, “The Blessed Alliance”
So how many scientists are on your church’s worship team?