Even if God existed, creating a universe is not the kind of thing God would do. This is relevant because in the absence of seeing a reason to create something as highly specific as a universe, the likelihood that an all-good God would choose to create it is very low.
But no, plausibly...
• ...God sees a “choice arena” for embodied agents as very good.
Theism is false. There is no God to create the universe.
Right? True explanations do not feature “God”.
• …“God did-it” is just an appeal to ignorance-gaps
• …“God did-it” is just an appeal to magic
• …explanations don't compound the mystery
• …explanations don't explain “too much”
• …meaningful claims are verifiable (by senses)
• …meaningful claims are falsifiable/testable
• …explanations cite effective mechanisms
• …explanations are unificationist