Dear Mr Zebra16:
Your response is well written and understandable. Thank you. I have some questions & objections.
1. Raw material(s) may remain the same, but there is still creation in creating a world trade center, bangles, etc. Raw materials did not just come together on their own to become something else. The world has so much variety even at a raw levels - so many animals, worms, insects, human beings .. There have to be one or many creators. If it is not Brahman, who is it?
One raw material may produce so many different things. If the raw material is a physical stuff like steel, the same raw material can be used for building bridges or making machines or for manufacturing pipes etc. So the variety of the output produced need not strictly be dependent upon there being different creators. One Brahman is sufficient to produce the multitude of things, if he is capable.
If non-physical raw material is taken for examination, the example of electricity stands out. The same electricity can be used for cooling the room temperature or for heating stuffs in oven etc. giving opposite outputs from the same input.
2. There are creator(s) perhaps who are distinct from created. The person who made the bangle is not the bangle. So creation and created are not one and the same from the examples. This is contrary to one and only one Brahman
The example provided in the scriptures is the example of spider and its web. The web is formed out of proteinaceous spider silk requiring no external substance. If Brahman is supposedly omnipotent, He can form the universe and its diversities out of his extrusions without depending upon external materials.
Moreover, the concept of existence of stuff external to Brahman should be erroneous when Brahman is the one and only thing supposed to be in existence in different nAmAs & rUpAs.
3. OK, so all the basic raw material may remain the same in all creations - you call that Brahman. Fine. But then the world did not come out of nothing. Someone had to be involved in assembling at a raw material level of intelligence. A bangle is possible because Gold has the property to be molded into any shape.
There is nothing external to brahman because brahman is all inclusive, so the question of assembling things and stuffs to create something new is out of question. The scriptures are also emphatic that the will power of brahman ALONE is sufficient to transform stuffs (like constructing bridges out of steel)
That intelligence of Gold has to be there for someone to make a bangle. So Brahman has to be intelligent.
That the brahman is inert does not make brahman devoid of intelligence. The scriptures describe brahman as "SATYAM, GNYANAM, ANANTAM BRAHMA... representing truth, knowledge/wisdom/intelligence and being Endless.
6. So what is god in all this - who is omnipotent , omni whatever etc?
The description and the role given to him in the scriptures make him all the three Omnis.