Talk:A Universe from Nothing

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Which god?[edit]

The first sentence says that the book discusses "modern cosmogony and its implications for the debate about the existence of God". I haven't read the book but does it simply focus on God (as in the god of Abraham and Moses), does it apply to any creator god(s)/goddess(es) or to any deity at all? Jimp 08:01, 18 February 2015 (UTC)