1. What if the creator, created the laws of science? And since He does not want to be "proven" because it disposes of the need for faith because it is contrary to His plan, couldn't He avoid being proven to ensure His plans are not foiled?<quoted text>1. So? Unless you have evidence FOR this creator, why offer it up as a hypothesis to begin with? Scientists don't just pull sh*t out of their asses and present it for review. And if they do, they get shot down. That's why there is NO scientific theory that includes deities.
2. If god has a creator then god is not perfect. That's antithetical to every bit of Christian theology I've ever read about. It also leads to infinite regress, which has some philosophical problems. But hey, at least its honest.
And I can't really compare God to a scientist. Unless you know some that are claiming to BE God, I don't think it is a relevant comparison.
2. Why would God not be perfect if He had a Father? Jesus was perfect and He had a Father.