Theologian Harry Lee Poe and chemist Jimmy H. Davis together explore the question, How do the God of the Bible and the physical universe interact? They begin unfolding the particular character and identity of the Creator God of the Bible. This is followed by a fascinating survey of the relationship of God with the physical universe as understood in other philosophical and religious systems. This illuminating discussion highlights the uniqueness of the Christian view of how God interacts with time, space and human history.In the second part of the book Poe and Davis explore the question, What kind of universe do we live in? Looking at the knowledge we have of the physical world as disclosed by scientific research, they identify many ways that the universe, including human history itself, is constituted to allow for divine interaction with it. Rather than confirming that the cosmos is closed to the actions of the divine, advancing scientific knowledge seems to indicate that there is a profound match between the nature of the universe and the God of the Bible that actually enables deep levels of interaction between them.