Frank, I was making that statement about not confusing any church for God to anyone, and much of what I say while based on truth is satire or sarcasm; sorry for not making that clear. As for theories that attempt to describe the physical nature of God, and the reality of God, and the proof that God exists, would end up being a hypothesis. My passion is mapping patterns in language. As for asserting guesses, or being lucky, those are agnostic terms. I believe there is an all powerful God, who not only controls Good, but also evil. If he controls Yin, he also controls yang. If he controls ID, he also controls Ego, sometimes. When anyone believes in guessing, then they do not believe God is responsible for sourcing knowledge, or doling it out. I think God is in control of inspiration, and that we are just here training, and being tested, that we cannot possibly die, that death is not the end. Similarly, if anyone admits a belief in luck, or randomness, then I label them agnostic, because either God is in control, or luck is possible. Luck and fortunate may be similar, but one assumes God is not in control of probability. I have many expansive thoughts, all the time. I am abnormal, a non-conforming person, who has won 300 awards, scholarships, mostly small, some big, in Scouts, School, the Military, etc. That is only possible because I am not normal, but I assign the glory to God, because I did not win 12 scholarships without inspiration from God, nor poetry, art, or sports events. I do not limit God to any parameters assigned by any definitions of God shared or individual. This allows me to believe that there is only a conflict between Evolution and Creation theory if a person lacks random access memory, or an understanding of one or both, or if they are a true agnostic pretending to believe in an all powerful God, yet ready to limit his power in saying he cannot change Physics constants, or by saying that he cannot alter time or warp space and time. I have met priests who do not really believe in an all powerful God, some are deists, admitting God exists, but painting him as being absent or unavailable. I have lots of alternate theories of many things. I am left handed, bipolar, and have studied 35 languages, and 7 subjects in college. I am a manic writer, who once wrote 10,000 poems in 6 months, and they ranged from 3 lines to hundreds of lines.