No problem, Cindy.
Consider this in answer to your question about "God's bees". Yes, I am absolutely certain that these bees belong to God. Here's why, and it has nothng to do with theology.
If I paid for these bees and took "ownership" of these bees, and then transferred ownership to someone else, then these bees belong to that person, even if it is a fictional person or simply a name on a piece of paper.
But beyond that. The bees belong to the earth as free living creatures, I am just renting them convenient living space in exchange for their honey. The Bible says, "The earth is the Lord's and all its fulness". Now of course someone who thinks the Bible is fiction does not take this seriously, and I would not expect them to. However, I do believe the Bible (as originally written) and so I believe none of us really owns anything. We use things and then they are either destroyed by time and circumstance or we die, whichever comes first. Thinking I can really "own" bees is as absurd as thinking I can really "own" the land I live on. I can only pay to occupy it, but the land cannot be moved or really "owned" by anyone. That is why native Americans, while fighting over hunting territory, were greatly conused with the European concept of "ownership" of land. They thought to themselves, "How can someone mortal "own" something more permanent than themselves?" I think that is a reasonable question.
BUt hey, no offense taken, Cindi. I know people think dfferently and that is what makes life interesting. Even though I believe that my beliefs are true and that anyone who shared them would be greatly blessed.