Let’s say if you wanted to undertake a complex task such as knowing everything you could possibly know about cars—not just how they work, but how they came to be, what their original purpose was, and where they came from. You could read books about them. You could take one apart and try to understand how the pieces work, and maybe even gain knowledge about them by trying to put it back together. However, the most accurate way to learn about the car and the mind who made it, would be to talk one on one with the person who first created it—Karl Benz. He is the person who came up with the concept and designed the idea in his mind.

The same is true for the Universe. If we want to understand how it came to be, then we need to get to know the mind who created it. — Cathryn Neracher (from, The Foolishness of Christianity vs the Wisdom of the World)