The following is a short essay written in response to religious philosopher Matt Segall. The primary focus of the essay is to explore and come to terms with the ontological facts of order, creativity, and valuation. Matt has suggested, following the philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead, that order, creativity, and valuation stem from God’s mediation and participation in the cosmos. My reading takes off in another direction and instead posits that order, creativity, and valuation stem from the irreducible nature of things-themselves rather than from divine influence. I will consider Matt’s points via a discussion of Whitehead’s Philosophy in relation to that of mathematician Stuart Kaufmann, which will draw out what I believe is valuable in Whitehead’s philosophy whilst still differentiating it from my own.