I have noted that TEs on this site invoke laws of science as the way God has created, or guided the Universe. I am unsure what this (or similar statements) mean within either theological or scientific context.
A Google search provides statements on scientific law, typically: “A scientific law is a statement or mathematical equation that describes or predicts a natural phenomenon. It does not explain why or how a phenomenon occurs. Another name for a scientific law is a law of nature or law of science. All scientific laws are based on empirical evidence and the scientific method. In science, an assertion can be disproven, but never proven, so it’s possible for a scientific law to be revised or disproven by future experiments. In contrast, a mathematical theorem or identity is proven to be true.”
A discussion on this forum on scientific laws and how these are theologically understood by Christians on God as the Creator of heave and earth, particularly as it is believed by theistic evolutionists, would be of considerable interest. My response to the assertion that God acts or guides in this way, would be that TEs may believe there is an intrinsic aspect to the Universe that ensures the Universe unfolds (or evolves) in accordance with the Darwinian view, particularly as expounded by atheists. If this is correct, the scientific laws as discussed by the scientific community would be incorrect.
What do you think?