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I found this book fascinating. I'm not a scientist but my late son was a theoretical physicist. I think he would have loved this book. In his teens a science teacher 'did a Dawkins' on him and told him that he couldn't be a scientist and believe in God. He knew he wanted to be a scientist so he stopped believing in God. When he was at university, some of his fellow students led him back to faith in God.
Paul Davies' physics is fascinating but I find his concept of God inadequate. A God can only create order out of pre-existing stuff is not the God of the Judeao-Christian tradition. It's more like the Vedic concept of Isvara. The key to God's 'software' is relationship. Christian theology begins with the Trinity; personality in the Godhead makes human personality possible. I wish he had addressed the pre-scientific question of why there is something rather than nothing.