Last week we examined sin and how sin is a departure from and rebellion against God’s good design. God has made things a certain way, a way that is for our flourishing and our good, and yet in our sin we think that we are able to determine what is right and what is wrong, and we depart from God’s design and seek our own way. As we mentioned last week, all humans intuitively know, whether they are believers or not, that there is something wrong in the world, that things are not the way that they are meant to be. Deep inside we know that children are not supposed to die in famine. We know that “man’s inhumanity to man” is not quite right. There is nothing in a purely secular-materialist worldview that would lead us to such intuitive conclusions. In fact, quite the opposite.