The Holy Trinity can be written as a chemical formula. As blasphemous as this may seem, at first, there's a major problem with it: IT WORKS as a plan for the particle physics of the universe.
God intends to bring about a permanent physical separation of light from darkness. Light weight and light bearing are synonyms, like dark and heavy are. In general heavier, denser materials are darker.
The writer of Hebrews describes the creation of the universe as thermodynamically balanced. Apparently God created the universe from things which are invisible. We (that's me and the Holy spirit) propose atoms and molecules.
First cause isn't the same as the Big Bang. The Big Bang, or more accurately we should say nucleosynthesis, is an effect, not a cause. Popular Science (SciPop) promotes speculation about a possible first cause.
The idea of Christ being begotten in an act of conception is carried forward with the analogy of the labor of childbirth. As such, the Son was brought forth as if a baby was being born.
If we're going to live with the Lord God who's going to reign forever and ever, and a pure river of the water of life is flowing, then it must be cycling because God isn't going to constantly create new water forever.
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.
If we take our outreach evangelism back to creation we're going to have to deal with the odd notion that God created the universe from nothing. It's referred to as Ex nihilo. It's neither Biblical nor is it physically possible.
The plan for WHY? is a year-long daily devotional in which divine creation and it's entropic decay pivot on the fall of man, the disobedience of Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden.
The deep existed in the beginning, before God began to create. This means that creation isn't ex nihilo, from nothing, it's ex abyssi, from the deep. This is so obvious that everyone has missed it completely.