What is new is not new at all, but a mere spark briefly radiating for whomever happens to notice. For those in Godís care, following and living in the shadow of his Holy grace, this world and all of its contents exist only for his pleasure; and mortal life is but a brief spark in eternity. His eternal realm was, will be and is before and after everything and thus is without space, time, or comprehension by manís highest levels of scientific scholarship.
We exist in a finite world, struggling with daily living within the constraints of these entities of time and space. We define and explain, hoping to control what is beyond our comprehension thus justifying our brief existence and us. Science exists to explain the unexplainable and to explore the limits of manís curiosity and ingenuity. Science is about, for, and of men in an effort to conquer and control its secrets and to put those sparks of discovery to our use and benefit.
In the history of mankind most of the natural wonders have been explored and explained to the delight and profit of mankind, and because of these discoveries life continues to evolve to higher levels of material quality. There is no doubt that man is a creative and imaginative being when compared to all the other creatures on this earth, however when all of creation is pondered and man has had many millennia and the combined lives and talents of millions of inquisitive searching scientists and theorists to contribute to the ultimate truth of eternity, we will have come full circle to the central question of before there ever was time and space.
To this, the ultimate mystery of the origin of everything there can be only one answer, and that is a higher power, beyond our limited dimensions of time and space. I thank God for the continued faith that all generations of humans have recorded in their songs, myths, writings, scriptures, and theology journals and texts. The mystery is revered and praised through universal worship in thousands of traditions and cultures. We are what we are, but all know in our deepest soul that we are not able to know beyond our own confining dimensions. Those who are able to be at peace with this truth call him Father and God, as they ought, for he is worthy of our continuous reverence, praise, and faith in his existence.