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.
A Plan for Particle Physics
There's a school of thought that the creation we live in was made from the remnants of an earlier one. In this narrative Genesis 1:1 describes a creation which was destroyed before the creative process begins in Genesis 1:2.
We once speculated that wisdom was a synonym for God the Son, the only begotten, Jesus Christ. However we found that wisdom has the properties of an elemental particle.
From the Sixth Hour to the Ninth Hour
Another picture that we have which is part of the symbolism of Christ on the cross is that darkness came upon the world in the middle of the day. Things on Earth are patterned after things in the heavens.
Darkness on the face of the Deep
The nature of free will is such that an individual can choose light or darkness. How can there be free will unless a choice is available? The Lord had to create a universe in which darkness exists.
There was Never, Ever, Nothing
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.
Off the Deep End
We're going to go off the deep end which we found at the bottom of a rabbit hole: we'll draw a direct connection between the Holy Trinity and particle physics. By doing so we arrive at a theory of first cause.
Formless > Formed
In the beginning the deep was formless. The subsequent account of creation shows how form and function go through several rounds of increasing order and complexity. The first was to take on the form of a sphere.
Something really odd happened during the development of what we call mainstream theology. Somewhere along the line the words formless and void, have been taken to mean that there was nothing.
Good and Evil
The purpose of creation is to separate good from evil. A reasonable question is: Why were they mingled together in the first place? If God is good, then the evil had to be created from good. The sinless became sin.