Think about it. If I were God (gonna capitalize it this time because it's me we're theoretically talking about here) and I've existed for all time with no beginning, when I get around to creating the universe I just might be up for one hell of a fireworks show. I might reach out and touch a point in empty space to create a nucleation point where I would focus a great deal of my God energy until... Bang!!! And then, using natural forces that I had created to do the huge bulk of the work for me, I would guide the resulting release of energy into the various galaxies and nebula and stars and planets that we know today. It would have to be somewhat boring to be in complete control of everything all the time with no surprises so I would let this process go on for quite some time and just enjoy the show while maybe shuffling the electromagnetic spectrum around a bit here or adjusting the amount of anti matter there until I had everything just right. Then I would choose a planet of just the right type and focus my attention on it for the Grand Life Project. It would be a rather Godly way to go about it. Isn't it possible that science could be uncovering more and more clues to god's mechanism for creation? It seems to me to be very presumptuous of anyone to insist that they know otherwise.