Quantum theory seems to indicate that everything is undecided until it is observed. But we have a problem here. We know that the universe existed in a decided state at a time when there was no intelligent life in the universe to observe it and, if we are the only intelligent life in the universe, it is very likely that the parts of the universe that we cannot observe also exist in a decided state. Quantum theory, as far as I know, doesn't propose that we can observe backwards through time and the decided state of the universe as we see it is very obviously dependent on it having undergone a definite (decided) development in the past that allows it to be as we observe it now. Therefore, there must be something within, or apart from, the universe that is observing the whole universe, and has been doing so from very early on in the life of the universe. This observer is continually creating the universe by intervening in it as the observer's observance is the catalyst through which everything is decided. This observer must be all seeing or there would be regions of undecidedness in the universe.
Perhaps we could call this observer, "God."