Ha. I have a friend who sort of leans a bit hyper calvinist. This discourse gives profound Biblical insights so thankyou for letting me address. This reasoning you stress all for the sake of providing proof that the manmade idea of materialistic evolution is true is so contrary to Scriptural principle. If you want to go this direction, let us see what this sovereign God is like in a PERSON’S re- creation or rebirth by Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross. We know that God ultimately chooses those who are His. He also knew the result of every coin toss that has every been flipped. But to understand the character of God, what are the methodologies if you will by which God brings a person into saving faith? The Bible clearly shows God’s involvement, planning, orchestrating the details. He does not let the person drift along subject to luck…He sent His Son, choosing the perfect time in human history to do so. He brings His ambassadors into the scene to counsel, share the gospel. He would create the very best timing upon which this interaction would occur. He would open th persons heart and remove the scales from their eyes to be able to see, feel, and taste the irresistable nature of His grace and love and need for forgiveness. God had pre ordained the person to be His child, but was still involved in the details to bring them there. Why? Because thats His nature. He is a planner, designer, worker, implementer, creator and not a gambler. And we were made in His image. The verse “A lazy mans roof leaks.” Men who sit in their easy chair hoping that luck will achieve plugging the leak are fools. You are suggesting that God is the same and you are getting into blasphemous territory.
Here’s what i think is going on here: you have pre:adopted an evolutionary worldview of randomness that has been indoctrinated into your mind from grade school until grad school and it seems right. There is a verse in the same chapter of proverbs you showed me that deals with this. From this, you are trying to fit God into a sort of metaphysical box where God is in control in a way that His essence is vibed into everything that occurs on this planet and that is not the God I see in Scripture. God, again, resides outside of nature and is a God involved in details by His speaking these, not vibing them as his new age energy is vibed while embodying nature.
This quote i found via online search engine from respectable Ligonier ministries:
"Theological controversy did not end at the Council of Nicea, and in the following centuries the church had to deal with errors regarding the humanity of Christ, the authority of Scripture, justification, and others. Despite the various positions taken on these issues, however, most theologians still insisted on the transcendence of God. That all changed in the nineteenth century.
Our Creator’s transcendence is affirmed throughout Scripture and is reflected in today’s passage. When we say God is transcendent, we mean that He is separate from His creation and not dependent on the created order in any way. The Almighty made the universe and He is therefore its sovereign ruler ([Gen. 1:1]). A biblical view of transcendence does not mean that God is unable to enter into His creation or communicate with it. He is also immanent, present within the universe that He has made Nevertheless, creation is not God (pantheism), nor does God depend upon it. Creation, instead, depends upon our Creator for its continual existence ([Eph. 4:4–6]