We physicists like to think - & with some truth - that we are
the scientists who deal with the world at its most basic level. But we
make it easy by leaving out the contingency of events in the real world.
The distinction is of some theological significance.
Could you please elaborate on the nature of the distinction
between events at a basic level and at the real world level.
It would help us non-physicists better see the theological
significance that you allude to.