Authors: Ron Bourgoin
We can never know a thing completely. The more we think about something, the more about it we find to think about. When one considers the number of things in creation, to have thought about all aspects of an infinite number of things would have taken an eternity. A youthful God would have created with sufficient but incomplete knowledge. The changes we see in nature are evidence of tweaking: a mature God is making adjustments.
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