Bureaucratic Creation
If God were process oriented, the book of Genesis would read something like this:

In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. The earth was without form and void; so God created a small committee. God carefully balanced the committee vis-a-vis race, sex, ethnic origin and economic status in order to Interface pluralism with the holistic concept of self determination according to adjudicatory guidelines. Even God was impressed, and so ended the first day.

And God said, "Let the Committee draw up a mission statement." And behold, the Committee decided to prioritize and strategize. And God called that process empowerment. And God thought it sounded pretty good. And evening and morning were the second day.

And God said, "Let the Committee determine goals and objectives, and engage in long-range planning." Unfortunately, a debate as to the semantic differences between goals and objectives pre-empted almost all the third day. Although the question was never satisfactorily resolved, God thought the 'process' was constructive. And evening and morning were the third day.

And God said, "Let there be a retreat in which the Committee can envision functional organization, and, engaged in planning, be objective. The Committee considered adjustment of priorities and consequential alternatives to program directions and God saw that this was good. And God thought that it was even worth all the coffee and donuts he had to supply. And so ended the fourth day.

And God said, "Let the Committee be implemented consistent with long-range planning and strategy." The Committee considered guidelines and linkages and structural sensitivities, and alternative and implemental models. And God saw that this was very democratic. And so would have ended the fifth day, except for the unintentional renewal of the debate about the differences between goals and objectives.

On the sixth day, the Committee agreed on criteria for adjudicatory assessment and evaluation. This wasn't the agenda God had planned. He wasn't able to attend, however, because he had to take the afternoon to create day and night, heaven, earth and seas, plants and trees, seasons and years, sun and moon, birds, fish, animals and human beings.

On the seventh day, God rested and the Committee submitted its recommendations. It turned out that the recommended forms for things were nearly identical to the way God had already created them; so the Committee passed a resolution commending God for His implementation according to guidelines. There was, however, some opinion expressed quietly that man should have been created in the Committee's image.

And God caused a deep sleep to fall on the Committee...