Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 1.4Q4

[How could “Divine Providence3” bring “any form of inquiry2” into “the possibility that you will succeed only when you methodologically exclude Divine Providence1“?

Here is another thought.  This follows the same logic as the emergence of unconstrained complexity.

Why would God bring our lowly genus to the threshold where, just by dropping our manual brachial way of talking, our species would become capable of generating a new creation, a multitude of spontaneous orders, just like God Himself?

The Progressive opposition of between God and nature pales in comparison to the Christian imagination.]