by Rick Shrader
“The consistent biblical creationist is one whose worldview is based on the Bible; this is his or her ultimate standard. As such, the creationist believes that an all-powerful (Matt. 19:26), all-knowing (Col. 2:3), triune (Isa. 45:5) God created the universe in six ordinary days (Exod. 20:11) thousands, not billions, of years ago (based on genealogies such as Gen. 5:4-32). Today, God upholds the universe by His sustaining power (Heb. 1:3) in a logical and consistent way that we call the ‘laws of nature’ or ‘laws of science’ (Jer. 33:25). The method by which God created the universe is not the same method by which He sustains it; God ended His world of creation by the seventh day (Gen. 2:2).”
Jason Lisle, The Ultimate Proof of Creation, p. 32.