The opening statement of the whole Bible is, In the beginning, God created, and this creator, God, has the incarnate image of Jesus Christ, of whom is said that all things were created through Him and for Him (Col. 1:1516). This can be seen to be so far removed from much of todays teachings, that of evolution and its propounder, Charles Darwin. The theory of evolution is, in truth, exactly what it says it isa theoryand which raises many more questions than answers. If we are to believe in Gods Word and what he says, then the Creation and the evolution of species are incompatible. It is not the purpose of this book to prove creation, although the writer would have no difficulty in this, but it is simply to highlight some of these creations that are seen as not just the wonders of creation but rather the creations of wonder. Darwin, who studied theology for three years at Cambridge to become a minister of the gospel, never denied the Almighty God. On his deathbed, he requested his visitor, one called Lady Hope, to hold a meeting in his summerhouse and to invite his servants, tenants, and neighbors to come. When she asked, What shall I speak about? Darwin replied, Christ and his salvation. Is not that the best theme? (Bombay Guardian, March 25, 1916). The word create means more than just make, for we can all do that, but to make something out of nothing, that is real creation. Therefore we could say that anything created is wonderful, and so indeed it is. Yet within the host of creation, there are some, when viewed more closely, particularly stand apart as extra special. This book is about a mere handful of these creations culminating in man himself and the one devastating creation of that man: the cross of death.