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Meister is right to emphasize one's role and choice, but questions of the initial nature of the human person and how that links with a Divine creator are surprisingly not followed up here.
He then meandered into a classic chicken-and-egg argument: "The question, then, is, 'Why are there laws of physics?' And you could say, 'Well, that required a divine creator, who created these laws of physics and the spark that led from the laws of physics to these universes, maybe more than one.'
Haldane, asked for a scientific opinion about the Divine Creator, is supposed to have replied: "If He exists at all, He must have an inordinate fondness for stars and beetles."
With its mind-bending mechanics, Krauss argues, our universe may indeed have appeared from nowhere, rather than at the hands of a divine creator. There's some intellectual heavy lifting here--Einstein is the main character, after all--but the concepts are articulated clearly, and the thrill of discovery is contagious.
In this sense, God is presented in a very human light - a divine creator, but one with flaws.
His topics include delimiting the problem, a hypothetical structure, divine lover as self-limiting divine creator, and beloved human: imago dei and imitato dei as love.
Really, Divine Creator? You agape this clamoring chaos?
For example, the chapter on creation includes a question that asks the reader to reflect on her or his responses to "the theory of evolution or some variation of 'creationism or 'intelligent design' that posits or allows for a divine Creator" (25).
The BBC seems to share the view that religious people have a claim to the moral high ground and that without a belief in a supernatural being or divine creator you are an unethical degenerate.
"Discovering God in Science: Science Discoveries That Suggest There Is a Creator" discusses the potential links from science in discussing the possibility of a divine creator. Drawing lines from evolution, the Earth's place in the universe, and the origin of the Universe, there is much to discuss for both Christians and scientists within.
With Zoroastrianism, Gregorian summarises, Iranians "affirmed man's absolute free will to choose between evil and a Divine Creator, and our common destiny to face a final Day of Judgment".
gleam of this most beautiful country chosen by the Divine Creator to