>I, for one, don't believe that this is the way God works. His involvement
>in a falling leaf or in the motion of hydrogen in a star in a distant
>galaxy is just as intimate as his turning water into wine at the wedding of
>Why do we see God as a human designer who makes things that work to
>accomplish a specific purpose? Human designers don't sustain nor do they
>concur nor do they govern any way near the way God does. As far as human
>designers are concerned matter is essentially self-sustaining. The
>existence of the designed object and its properties (once designed) does
>not depend any longer on the designer. Not so with God's design, creation,
>etc. Light would not have the properties it has if God did not continually
>will that it be so. This is part of what is meant by concurrence.
I recall something that Einstein said: "Either you do not believe in
miracles or else everything is a miracle."