17 Behold, I will create <בָּרָא bara´> new heavens and a new earth. The former things will not be remembered, nor will they come to mind. 18 But be glad and rejoice forever in what I will create <בָּרָא bara´>, for I will create <בָּרָא bara´> Jerusalem to be a delight and its people a joy (Isaiah 65:17‑18)
The Bible has God intervening just at the times the Heisenberg uncertainty principle breaks the chain of predetermination that physical causality could produce. This is remarkable because Bible writers could never have anticipated quantum mechanics by themselves. Even now, very few people understand why the Heisenberg uncertainty principle makes it impossible to trace every cause back to a prior cause. The First Cause of philosophy led to grave problems involving physical determinism, human free will, and justice. Unlike the First Cause of philosophy, the God of the Bible is just in judging because the laws of physics do not determine people’s thoughts and actions. According to the Bible, God continues to take interest in His creation and intervenes in it from time to time.