There is some truth in Platonism: All that we observe are instantiations of concepts that exist of themselves, in other words they do not owe their existence to their instantiations. However, the interaction between concepts and their instantiations is a two-way street. And concepts which we invent have no existence except in our heads.
A conscious, purposeful, good and omnipresent God probably exists. The original quantum system may be expected to have all the properties Christians commonly attribute to God. His operation in the universe is consistent with Jewish conceptions of how names influence that which arises from them.
A priori natural selection: the universe selects solutions before making them real, in the sense of existing absolutely rather than existing as one solution in a superposition of solutions. This applies to the laws of the universe, life itself, the building blocks of life, genera, species and mutations of species. Solutions are subsequently subject to a posteriori natural selection - survival of the fittest - but that determines which solutions are eliminated, rather than which solutions exist in the first place.
Before the Big Bang, there was space: Space consists of space quantum systems, which continually split, producing new space quantum systems. Real - as opposed to virtual - particles came into existence when there were sufficient space quantum systems within a sufficiently small volume that their combined mass-energy fluctuations contained sufficient (negative) gravitational energy to counterbalance the mass-energy from these particles, so that these fluctuations persisted.
Mathematical truths are the result of quantum mechanical processes: When the initial quantum popped into existence out of absolute nothingness, there was no mathematics. It has developed stepwise ever since, by means of the standard quantum mechanical processes of quantum splitting and resonance of quantum systems.
Genesis: The universe started when first quantum system and its behaviour popped into existence out of absolute nothingness.
The quantum universe: The universe consists solely of quantum systems. Quantum mechanics applies equally well to information as to things, even though information of itself has no physical existence, i.e. has no spatial location. The universe is a single quantum system, consisting of a hierarchy of countless quantum systems.