Colorado National Monument and Canyonlands National Park are just two of the national parks covering much of the West. Both are remarkable parks for their peaks, plateaus, and canyons. The diversity of the etched rock formed from volcanoes, erosion, and floods leave the viewer wondering, “How did God do that?” Boulders sit precariously on top of one another. A deep gorge circles a mountain peak or a limestone formation that seems out of place. Unusual shapes, that seem to rise out of the earth, defy explanation but are often named for their identity to something more mundane, such as “Kissing Camels.” How could anyone question the existence of God?