Mathematics: God laid down axioms, and all else followed trivially.
Law: In the beginning, God gave His creatures free will, wisely limiting His own liability for any damage they might cause.
Computer Science: God threw something together under a 7-day deadline. He’s still debugging.
History: God wrote the Bible, which claims that the heavens and earth were created by God. This is exactly why you can’t always trust primary sources.
Literary Theory: After creating the world, God left scant evidence of His existence, as a deliberate exploration of the problematic nature of authorship.
Political Theory: When God created the world, He made sure to favor incumbents, being one Himself.
Economics: God created us in His own image, as rational consumers. But as sinners, we strayed.
Physics: God modeled the universe on the card game Mao: There are lots of strange rules and He refuses to explain any of them.
Chemistry: On the second day, God created entropy, to make sure the universe would turn itself off if He accidentally left it running.
Psychology: God said “Let there be light,” but what did He mean by that?
Political Science: In the beginning, God created the heavens and earth: pork-barrel construction projects that greatly benefited His district.
Medicine: In the beginning, God created a great clinical trial, although He hasn’t told us yet whether mankind received the treatment or the placebo.
Accounting: On the sixth day, God created man, whom he tasked with conducting a proper audit of His other creations.
Finance: God invested His creatures with life, and has received only a middling return on investment.