“You go to a quantum physicist and you say, ‘What creates the world?’ And he or she will say, ‘Energy.’ Well, describe energy. ‘OK, it can never be created or destroyed, it always was, always has been, everything that ever existed always exists, it’s moving into form, through form and out of form.’ You go to a theologian and ask the question, ‘What created the Universe?’ And he or she will say, ‘God.” OK, describe God. ‘Always was and always has been, never can be created or destroyed, all that ever was, always will be, always moving into form, through form and out of form.’ You see, it’s the same description, just different terminology.” ~Dr. James Ray
Although ignorant of Orthodox Dogmatic nomenclature, I feel strongly that this statement corresponds with the Orthodox understanding of God. Am I way off or would this be a variant of Apophatic theology? Also, who else finds Q.M. interesting?