I'm surprised that explanations of the fundamental forces of physics don't come up far more often in theological discussions. I can appreciate why many of the typical points of focus are common - consciousness, the origin of the universe, etc - but for my money, the fundamental forces seem like an intuitively simple concept to grasp, and the mystery surrounding them close to self-evident.
A fun way to sum up the advance of modern science is to point out that, once upon a time, primitives believed that multitudes of unseen beings were responsible for all manner of natural events. But we, the educated modern masses, know better. We don't need an army of minor ghosts and spooks to explain just about anything we've encountered in nature. We just need four really powerful ones.