What are you trying to debate? Please clarify your position.Although events happening within the universe are concidered to be natural they are none the less supernatural compared to our human abilties.
We are powerless when it comes to hurricanes and many of the other forces that can happen, such as earthquakes, and so forth. Compared to us those events are supernatural because we cannot do the same with our limited powers, although we are coming close due to nuclear power. But in the olden days such was not the case. Relative to us the forces of nature are superpowers, the gods that can bless us or that can distroy us with a kind of wrath. Even if "thinking" is not part of the wrath, it none the less has the same effect.
The forces of the universe created earth, and caused life to happen here.
This is the heavenly father of earth and life here-in.
The sun, the waters, the soils, and the air all combined together with energy to produce life, and consciousness.
One would not even need to call this a theory or to get the idea peer reviewed because it is so self-evident, and yet it could be confirmed by science and likewise by primitive belief systems.
Kingdoms and human progress were due to rivers that allowed for us to farm and to remain in one place.
I cannot imagine how anyone could debate that this is not so.