Mad or Anti-Christ Scientists
Most of scientists seem not to think that this universe needed God for its generation, formation, and growth.
They agree that if any of minor differences in physical conditions should have led to generation, formation, and growth of an entirely different universe than one we now live in. But at the same time, they think that there must be an uncountable number of trials of creation of a universe, so that it is no wonder that one of these infinite number of universes came to have the suitable physical conditions that allow for generation, formation, and growth of stars, the sun, the earth, and human beings. In this case, they think that our existence does not need God or the interference of God with physical conditions of our universe.
If there is God, they seem to think, without many trials of creation of a universe our universe should be created with optimal physical conditions for birth of mankind. But, if there is a strong possibility that our universe was created after an infinite number of universe creation, there would be no need for God.
I think that it is strange that scientists do not think that God might take such a method of trying an uncountable number of universe creation in order to eventually produce a universe that could give birth to mankind. It is not our business, but it is God that can choose the method. There must be a profound reason that God deliberately took such a complicated method. Nonetheless, for God a limitless number of trials of crating a universe may be a matter of a second if God counts time.
God, probably, created universes with five dimensions, six dimensions, and so on. Fortunately we live in a universe spatially in three dimensions and temporally in one dimension. But God might be enjoying other types of universe such as one spatially in one dimension and temporally in three dimensions.
Indeed, what man cannot do God can do.
(I rather think that God has really created a universe in which there are no prime numbers. In this case, no robust coding of an e-mail message would be possible, though no atoms could be formed from the beginning. Even time might not flow continually.)
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Joh 9:7 And said unto him, Go, wash in the pool of Siloam, (which is by interpretation, Sent.) He went his way therefore, and washed, and came seeing.
Joh 9:8 The neighbours therefore, and they which before had seen him that he was blind, said, Is not this he that sat and begged?