Paradox? Demonstrate the paradox for me--I'm obtuse, I guess. "Mighty", as you use it, is a relative term...If you see God in an Intel chip or Avanex photonic processor, fine. The teleologic approach to God is intellectually lazy and fatally flawed---we might, in our weaker moments, see our world as wonderful and great, but it's the only world we know. Who's to say that a world wonderful beyond our imagination could exist--or, at least, one 10% more wonderful than ours--God could certainly create it if He wanted. Our world is what it is and no more or no less--horrible alot and wonderful a little. The only approach to God is through faith, IMO--not through hypomanic Gilderian visions of fiberoptic angels.
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