Maybe @BradKramer could introduce a little “sanity check” in this discussion.
You say that presenting God as involved in the process of Evolution damages the transcendent status of God.
But you seem to insist that the same reasoning applied to the process of Making Rain somehow does not damage the transcendent status of God.
And when I ask for a clarification for how the two scenarios are different in regard to transcendence, you seem to argue that the body of natural law that regulates Evolution, as a biological paradigm, is radically different from the body of natural law that regulates the water cycle.
And/or you misinterpret what I wrote previously by implying that I said that Evolutionary processes are a Theological Construct. I certainly never said any such thing.
Could you be doing this intentionally ? I’m not the only one who wonders why your discussions become so “thick” with theological jargon as soon as we start talking about Evolution.
- compared to any other natural process the Old Testament tells us that God works with.
Now perhaps this is just a temporary confusion. But it is a confusion that you and I have personally visited on more than one occasion - - prematurely ending the discussion before you can explain how anyone can construe the ToE as so very different from any other natural process which God chooses to use.
@BradKramer, do you have any thoughts on this repeated struggle to interpret @GJDS’s wordings ?