Ronald Knox (1888-1957), the noted British Roman Catholic priest, author, and scholar, was engaged in a theological debate with scientist John Scott Haldane:
"In a universe undoubtedly containing millions of planets," reasoned Haldane, "is is not inevitable that life should appear on at least one of them?"
"Sir," replied Knox, "if Scotland Yard found a body in your cabin trunk would you tell them,
'There are millions of trunks in the world; surely one of them must contain a body?'
"I think they would still want to know who put it there ..."
---------------A Final Thought ...
"God is subtle, but He is not malicious."
- Albert Einstein (1879-1955), German-born U.S. theoretical physicist. Einstein made this remark in 1921, Later, in 1946 after it had been widely quoted, he gave a freer translation:
“God is slick, but He ain’t mean.”