Obviously everyone's just been guessing what God must be like, and the conclusions people come up with depend 90% of the time on what the culture they grew up in tell them is true. Fortunately, enough people have enough smarts to realize how well science explains a growing number of past mysteries, which additionally leads us to better predictions of the future. Especially predictions like "if I do X, I've learned that Y happens". You know, a scientific method, or something like that.
Now, the stuff I don't understand yet, well, that's easy: Godditit!
OK, but look, theists, we all know that the easy, Godditit answer eventually gives way to "Aha, Y happens because of what we now know happens to X... something we just could not actually know for *sure* until someone familiar with science guessed correctly, tested the guess, and finally wrote about the causitive relationships... i.e. if you will, HOW Godditit! Like seriously folks, isn't that a great way to understand God better than ever? I mean, if God set forth Natural Law, gave us brains, language, two super-dexterious hands freed up with bipedal ambulation, and what have you, and not necesssarily in that order, doesn't God want us to discover how he nudges our personal realities along using the science God created JUST FOR US!?
I think so. And that's why I want to start a new holy book, that investigatinng just how God does everything: "God of the Nudges". I'll start (below) with an example of how I think God *might* do it, or did it. Let's bring God and science back together again, in our books and conversations, just like God intended us to! (I mean, *probably*.)