posted on Jun, 9 2004 @ 10:23 PM
It seems to me to be a bit on the arrogant side (although of course natural for us human beings) to assume that the whole of the universe was created
for our benefit. I'm certain that when God created the laws that caused (eventually) planets to be formed in our solar system, there were very good
reasons. Although to us, they would not be reasons. Our reason is not as God's reason, our words are not as God's words, our thoughts are not as
God's thoughts. Even if a human being was the brightest, most wise, most intelligent human being possible, she would be nothing in contrast to God.
And even this is a false metaphor. Humans simply do not have the capacity to understand God's reasons. After all, God is not simply a powerful
person in the sky. God is God, always God, ineffably God.