As strange as it may sound we have to overcome the ridiculous notion that God created the universe from nothing. Invisible isn't nothing it's unseen, like the air we breath. It's made of atoms and molecules like everything else.
The Word Became Flesh
We need to demonstrate a logical progression [from] the elements produced by nucleosynthesis [to] organic life with replicating DNA. Fortunately science did a bang up job of documenting it.
Absolute Frame of Reference
The idea that the presence of God dwells in a specific place, as a theme, doesn't get picked up until King David wanted to build a temple. Up until that time the Lord used a tabernacle as the center of worship.
I’m Not a Scientist…
"I'm not a scientist..." is the response that we (that's me and the Holy spirit) used to get whenever we tried to talk with a Pastor about science. It precedes an admission of ignorance.
In the Beginning
The deep existed in the beginning, before God began to create the universe as we know it. This means that creation isn't Ex nihilo, it's Ex abyssi. It's obvious but everyone else missed it completely.
God the Son
We successfully tested the hypothesis that the deep, the Word of God and Jesus Christ are identities of God the Son. The scriptural context of each one is congruent with the featured passage.
Darkness Did Not Comprehend It
Why did it get dark at the end of the 1st day? It wasn't absence of light, it was obstruction of light by the corruption which resulted from the appearance of light. It needed a new name: night.
In Him was Life
When we combine a plain reading of the texts with deductive logic is is easy to show that Jesus Christ, the Word and "the deep" are all synonyms for the Son of God.
All Things Were Made Through Him
If all things were made through the Word and through Jesus Christ then they're the same person. If the physics is that "the deep" is the source of hydrogen for nucleosynthesis then this is Him also.
The Word is Water
We (that's me and the Holy spirit) deduce the true nature of water. It's safe to say, which is to say it's Biblically accurate, that water existed before God began the work of creation.