God is Creator of all things, and has revealed in Scripture the authentic account of His creative activity. In six days the Lord made "the heaven and the Earth" and all living things upon the Earth, and rested on the seventh day of that first week. Thus He established the Sabbath as a perpetual memorial of His completed creative work. The first man and woman were made in the image of God as the crowning work of Creation, given dominion over the world, and charged with responsibility to care for it. When the world was finished it was "very good," declaring the glory of God. (Gen. 1; 2; Ex. 20:8-11; Ps. 19:1-6; 33:6, 9; 104; Heb. 11:3.)
Justin Woods discovers more than bones from a Tyrannosaurus rex when he excavates the Badlands of Wyoming. During his annual "dino-digs," he finds evidence that strengthens his faith in God as his creator and redeemer. Watch his story on why the Adventist Fundamental Belief of Creation matters to him.