"God-bothering" again! About the meaning of "God". The original word Elohim for "God" in Hebrew should mean "Gods", but the theologians have sorted that own satisfactorily. The problem for me is, what/who does it mean? The book of John's oxymoron, of god as both creator and created: "In the beginning the word already was" is a start, but it doesn't really help. Perhaps perhaps it's not meant to.
Physicists propose a point "flaring forth" of the initial universe, within a physics in which space and time are mixed and action is fluid. Some how, God is both the making firm and, through quantum physics, always fluid.