Precisely. God(s) make problems easy. Science makes answers meaningful. It is noteworthy that Flores and others find 'easy problems' so comforting and seductive, because it says much about the draw of religion. But the claim (or, more accurately, desire) is inherently dissatisfying, because 'God(s) did it' gets you nowhere beyond Deism, while it provides nothing but a first cause, as it eliminates any basis for presuming the generalizability and extensibility of scientific descriptions. No longer is F=ma sufficient or reasonable. In Flores' The Universe Made Easy it necessarily becomes F=ma, here and now and only with the grace of God(s). That is why the creationist typically harbors a theology that goes far beyond simplistic explanations of a first cause. "God(s) did it." is not simply useless. It is the less than useless Trojan horse of superstitious absurdities.