Did God make us? The answer to this question radically changes how we view ourselves and our life's purpose. This book is an engaging enquiry into these issues beginning with the anatomical evidence of the human body, our own face and our special senses Are our faces and personalities precisely made or simply the product of random chance? The Bible says that the evidence for God is "clearly seen from what has been made" yet we are told by atheists that the "design" we see in nature is merely a coincidence or an illusion. Has God left His fingerprints on this world, or has science explained away the need for God? This book looks at the evidence, some of which has been with us since ancient times, some of which has been uncovered by the study of medicine and the sciences in general. We look at our own anatomy and how simple symmetries endow us with remarkable abilities such as speech, movement and sensation. We look at the world around us- the life of the garden, the wings of a butterfly, the colour and arch of the rainbow, the power of mathematics and the deep patterns in music. Did God make us? There may be no greater question to ask.