Divisibles Made By God, II (and Infinite Number of Parts In All Created Things)
An example is a foot ruler that has twelve inches. If we sense the first inch, we conclude that a foot ruler has eleven other inches. Now ask yourself, 'How many parts exist in each inch?' We can count the number of parts in this inch with mathematics ,by dividing an inch into two half inch parts. Then, if we divide these two half inch parts, we see four quarter inch parts. If this mathematical procedure continues, smaller and smaller parts appears. Since the number of parts in an inch increases continually, the number parts in an inch cannot be counted because the number parts are infinite. Thus, all finite divisible things in the universe are created by God with of an infinite number of different finite indivisibles.
Galileo also came to this same conclusion long ago. (See Ch. 6 of " Galileo Galilei, his life and his works" by Raymond J. Seeger.) All divisible things in the universe are made by God with finite indivisibles that function differently. Galileo seems to have known that Nicholas of Cusa discovered the 'absolute minimum' and 'absolute maximum' are attributes of God. With God , zero is not a number because absolute minimum is an attribute of God. Thus, when Albert Einstein said that the universe has a zero (in time), he must have concluded that zero means 'beginning.' If the universe has a beginning, it must have a logical end. Einstein's timing of the universe was a mental error. Clearly, Einstein assumed wrongly that God is inactive and thus exists as the god of deism.
This discussion explains why materialism, atheism, and Darwinism are failing.