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.
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.
Theory is the scientific word for faith. That's going to freak a lot of people out but it's a conclusion which has been deduced. That means it's a logically certain conclusion.
The story of Babylon (Babel) shows us that having a universal language is dangerous. It gives us the power to do things which would be otherwise impossible. Guess what? Math is a universal language. Go figure.
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.
We are going to show that the words faith and theory are synonyms. Sight and empirical are also synonyms. Empirical evidence is what we see. What we choose to believe about it is our faith.
The existence of the deep means that the process of creation does not require God to create anything from nothing. The first law of thermodynamics is not broken in the Biblical account of creation.
God could have created a perfect world from nothing, and He could have made perfectly pure companions who would never disobey him. He didn't, He created a corrupted world from water. Why?