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.
We can take what we deduced about Alpha and Omega to find first cause. This is the reason why the universe exists. It's also the origin of the deep, a body of water which predates creation.
Day > Night
The deep had to be transformed in order to produce light. Formless became formed, empty became full, dark became light. However, this caused a new darkness: night. Not the absence of light, the obstruction of light.
Void > Full
God can't abide sin, he can't look on it. Yet in order for free will to be a possibility, sin has to be possible. How does a perfectly pure and righteous God create a world where evil exists? He became sin for us.
Where did the LEGO House Come From?
What do believers of popular science (SciPop) or the Ignorant think was happening at the time that God said "let light be" in terms of something simple that we can visualize, like the LEGO building system?
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.
Ex Nihilo vs. Ex Abyssi
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.
Let Light Be
When God said, let light be, the sacrificial lamb was slain from the foundation of the world. That's why it went dark at the end of the first day, the second occurrence of darkness that we have to account for called night.
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.
A Theory of First Cause
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.